Median smart card fare

Nagoya 300 yen    Range from 180-420 yen, 80 transfer discount (2013)  
Brisbane A$2.56    A$25.60 for 10 trips, 3 zones (Oct-09) (2015)  
Istanbul 3 TL     (2012)  
Los Angeles $1.50    $1.50 regular, $0.55 senior/disabled/medicare (2013)  
Bogota 1,700 peso    1,700 peso peak, 1,400 off peak (2016)  
Kuala Lumpur RM 4    Fares range from 1.6 to 5.4 ringgit (2015)  
Cali 1,500 pesos     (2013)  
Lima 2 soles    Originally 1.5 soles + 0.8 feeder. Now 2 soles (2011)  
Leon 6.3 peso     (2013)  
Jakarta 3,500 rupiah     (2013)  
Mexico City 5 pesos    5 pesos. The smart card costs 15 pesos, which includes one trip. (2013)  
Hangzhou 2 yuan    1.5 yuan in Mar, Apr, Oct, Nov, as AC is not required (2017)  
Shanghai 2 yuan     (2017)  
Shaoxing 2 yuan    distance-based, range from 0.8-3.2 yuan (2017)  
Xiamen 0.3 - 3 yuan    0.06 yuan/km, min 0.3, max 3 (40% less than cash) (2016)  
Chengdu 1.8 yuan    2.7 after 10pm; monthly pass: 1 yuan and 3 times free transfer in 2 hrs (2015)  
Guiyang 1.8 yuan     (2017)  
Jinan 1.8 yuan    A 50 yuan monthly pass for urban non-a/c buses can also be used in the BRT (2014)  
Lianyungang 1.6 yuan    1 yuan for students (2017)  
Yichang 1.6 yuan     (2015)  
Guangzhou ~1.5 yuan    Discounts for multiple trips (2017)  
Islamabad 20 rupees     (2015)  
Beijing 1 yuan    50% off for smart card (2015)  
Urumqi 1 yuan     (2016)  
Yancheng 0.9 yuan     (2015)  
Yinchuan 0.9 yuan    0.9 yuan in peak, 0.7 in off peak hours (2015)  
Zhongshan 0.9 yuan     (2015)  
Lanzhou 0.85 yuan    Further discounts for elderly & students (2015)  
Changzhou 0.8 yuan    0.3 yuan for students (2015)  
Zhengzhou 0.8 yuan    A card: 0.8rmb for E-wallet, B card: 0.5 for monthly card, C card: 0.5 for students, D card: free for the elderly (age 60+) (2016)  

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