The agency says the hikes would take effect July 1. The "smart-card" electronic fare collection system is set to start in the fall.
The price of a token will go up from $1.55 to $1.80, but tokens would be eliminated once the smart-card system is fully implemented on bus, subway, and trolley lines. Prices for regional rail passes for trains serving the suburbs would also be going up.
The first public hearing will be Monday in Media, followed by one in Norristown on Tuesday and one in Philadelphia on Wednesday. There will be one in West Chester on Friday and one in Doylestown on April 22.