Family/Day passes with an expiry date of 2023 will be accepted as valid fare until the end of 2024. 

Day Pass

The Day Pass allows unlimited travel on ETS, for a single day, from start of service until end of service, for one adult. This includes Late Night Owl service, which runs after midnight.

The ETS Day Pass is also transferable and can be used on any day of the week. A Day Pass costs $10.25.

Family Pass

Family Pass provides unlimited daily travel on ETS for up to 5 people (maximum of 2 adults over 24 years old) for $10.25. 

The Family Pass is valid on the bus, LRT and on event shuttles for the Edmonton Heritage Festival and the Edmonton Folk Festival.

ETS is using the same pass for the Day Pass and the Family Pass.

Family/Day Passes can be purchased anywhere ETS fare products are sold.


  • If the first trip with your Family/Day Pass will begin on a bus, hand your unscratched Family/Day Pass to the operator, who will mark it for you or will instruct you to do so.
  • If the first trip with your Family/Day Pass will be on the LRT, be sure to mark the year, month and day that you are currently using the pass. Attempting to ride without a marked Family/Day Pass may result in you receiving a $150 fine for fare evasion.
  • Arc does not offer a Family pass. However, it is possible to link multiple Arc cards to one account. This gives you the ability to have one Arc account for the whole family and you can load money to each individual card using the same account. For more information about Arc, visit
  • Arc offers a similar product to the Day pass so riders are still able to travel at a similar price point throughout the day. Arc cards have a daily fare cap of $10.25 and riders can also purchase a 24-hour single-use Arc ticket. 
    • Arc tickets are used in the same way as an Arc card - tap them on a validator when entering a bus or LRT station and tap them off when exiting the bus or LRT station. The 24 hours starts after your first tap.