Regular Fares

All fares are consistent with Transit Windsor fares. There are several options available from single use fares (starting at $3.05) to passes. For current information about Transit Windsor fares, please visit their website.

Bus passes and tickets are available for purchase at the LaSalle Civic Centre (5950 Malden Rd., LaSalle). They are also available at the Windsor International Transit Terminal (300 Chatham St. W., Windsor), and at the Transit Centre (3700 North Service Road).

Bus passes require photo identification. Photo identification must be obtained at the Windsor International Transit Terminal or at the Transit Centre. Photo identification must be presented at the time that a bus pass is purchased. More information about photo identification and bus passes.

Special Fares and Days

LaSalle Council approved the following "special fares" to be granted to the following groups:

  1. Students may ride for $1 cash fare per ride on LaSalle Transit route 25 during the week of March break;
  2. Seniors (ages 60+) pay $1 cash fare per ride on LaSalle Transit route 25 for the month of June in recognition of seniors month; (note: this is postponed in 2021)
  3. Anyone in a military uniform may ride for free in LaSalle on the following days:

    • D-Day (June 6)
    • Raid on Dieppe (August 19) 
    • Remembrance Day (November 11)
  4. Veterans can apply for their free lifetime transit pass. Please visit the Transit Windsor website to learn more about the War Veteran Transit Pass program, who is eligible, and how to apply.

Affordable Pass Program (APP)LaSalle Transit and Pathway to Potential Affordable Pass Program Flyer

LaSalle, in partnership with Transit Windsor and Pathway to Potential (P2P), offers the APP to qualifying individuals.

The APP allows low-income riders the ability to purchase a discounted adult or student bus pass, provided they meet the eligibility requirements.

Who is Eligible?

Program eligibility is based on annual household income and open to residents of LaSalle.

When completing an application and submitting proof of eligibility:

  • All members of a household whose combined income is less than Statistics Canada, Low-Income Cut-Off (LICO). Proof of total household income and LaSalle residency is required. Household income is defined as the total income of all members of a household aged 15 years or older. 

2017 Statistics Canada Low-Income Cut-Off (LICO) Chart

Household Size Income (Before Tax)
1 person $21,822
2 people $27,165
3 people $33,396
4 people $40,548
5 people $45,988
6 people $51,868
7 or more people $57,747

LICO documentation includes:

  • Notice of Assessment from Canada Revenue Agency
  • Canada/Ontario Child Tax Benefit Notice - required for dependants
  • Ontario Trillium Benefit (OTB) Notice
  • Goods and Service Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax (GST/HST) Credit Notice


Funding is limited and based on a first-come first-serve basis.  

How to Apply?

APP applications can be picked up at the LaSalle Civic Centre, 5950 Malden Rd. 

Along with the APP application form, applicants will need to submit proof of their eligibility.

All applications must be signed and dated by the primary applicant and their spouse. For more information on the APP, please contact the LaSalle Civic Centre at 519-969-7770.

Residents interested in the APP who live outside of LaSalle should contact Transit Windsor for more information.