If you were caught in a Fare Paid Zone without proof of payment and received a fare infraction ticket, you can pay your ticket online, by mail or in person.
What happens if you don't pay your ticket?
- Your ticket may be sent to a collection agency.
- You may not be able to obtain or renew your driver's licence or your vehicle insurance.
- On the 180th day after the ticket was issued (except as set out in the fare collection bylaw) your fine will go up by $40.
- On the 366th day after the ticket was issued your fine will go up by $60.
Use the links below to find out how to pay or dispute your ticket, or find out more in the FAQ section.
Did you receive a fare infraction ticket before September 4, 2012?
Tickets issued before September 4, 2012 are provincial offenses, and the Province of BC will pursue payment. Pay or dispute these tickets through ICBC.