Public transport fares will be frozen at their current rate this year as Canberrans recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Bus and tram fares will remain at current prices for the next 12 months, as they become the latest ACT government charges to be capped.
A freeze was previously announced for parking, business registration and development application fees.
Birth, death and marriage registration, building, domestic animals, emergencies, land titles, public health and the security industry fees will also remain at current levels.
As Canberra emerges from shut down measures, Transport Minister Chris Steel advised people to use public transport in off-peak times to reduce crowding.
"If you do need to use public transport, use it during a non-peak time, there aren't as many people using the bus, it's also cheaper to use during that period."
Current MyWay fares are $3.22 for an adult in peak time and $1.61 for concession. Off-peak costs are $2.55 for an adult and free for concession.
Public transport use is half what it was at the same time last year, and Mr Steel said overcrowding on trams and buses hadn't yet been an issue.
He said road traffic had returned to pre-pandemic levels as most Canberrans opted to travel in their own cars.
But as restrictions ease allowing businesses to reopen and workers to return to the office, crowding could become a concern.
"We've timed the introduction of the new network update with stage three of easing in July," Mr Steel said.
Almost 700 extra weekday bus services will commence from July 18. Light rail services will also increase on weekday mornings, with services every five minutes, rather than every six.
"The network update will see a large increase in off-peak services to better enable the community to spread out their travel during the pandemic recovery," Mr Steel said.
Mr Steel said a "significant decline" to public transport revenue wouldn't impact future investment as the government planned to transition the bus fleet to zero emissions.
"We'll be at the same level of fare box revenue we usually receive," he said.
He said an electric bus fleet would reduce operational costs over time.
"It is much cheaper to operate and maintain these buses."
Canberrans will also be spared an increase in water and sewerage charges in 2020-21 after monopoly supplier Icon Water's decision to freeze prices at the current levels.
Two thirds of home owners will also have their rates frozen.