All bus lines offer rides at a flat rate, except for Late Night Buses.
|Bus Type||Adult Fare||Child Fare|
|General / Key Route Bus||210||100|
|Late Night Bus||420||200|
(1) Please board from the front door and pay the fare as you get on.
The fare may be paid in cash, regular ticket, or by Manaca.
(2) When you wish to get off the bus, please notify the driver in advance by pressing one of the stop buttons located throughout the bus.
Once the bus has stopped, please exit from the rear door.
※The bus may pass bus stops without stopping if no one is getting off or waiting to get on.
※Key Route No. 2 Buses are boarded from the rear. Please pay the fare before exiting the bus from the front door.
Key Route Bus
City Center Loop Bus
Local Circuit Bus
Local circuit buses, as a new service in the local areas of the city, travel along their respective circuits, stopping at places for riders’ daily needs, such as ward or branch offices, hospitals, shopping streets, subway stations, and other locations.
1 line per ward (Kita, Nishi, Nakagawa, Minato, Moriyama, and Midori Wards have two lines)
・Once every hour from 9am～4pm
・There are bus stops for the local circuit bus roughly every 250 meters.
・Local circuit buses are mainly subcompact buses（Regular buses do not stop at the circuit loop bus stops.）
￥210 (￥100 for children)
Late Night Bus
・Route No. 1 (Sakae － Fujigaoka)
・Route No. 2 (Sakae － Chikatetsu Takabata)
Late night, Monday through Friday (buses do not run on holidays, and during the year end/new year period)
￥420 (￥200 for children)
(bus fare is reduced to half price with the use of a com‐muter pass for the traveled area, or with a 1 day ticket)
With service between Ozone and Kozoji in Nagoya’s northeast region, the Guideway Bus runs along a dual-mode route. Part of the route is on an elevated track and the other part is at street level.
(Please refer to the Train Rout Map for the location of the Yutorito Line.）
|Area (in which one boarded or exited the bus)||Adult||Child|
|2.Kawamiya－Kikko - guchi(excluding 1)||60||30|
|3.Other areas (excluding 1 and 2)||20||10|