Changes in Response to the COVID-19 Crisis
Effective Monday, March 23, 2020
Changes in the Sale and Use of Bus Passes
- All passes must be purchased on the buses. The Telegraph Transfer Station and the Home Office will not sell passes to the general public until further notice.
- Fixed route and dart buses will not be selling 31-day passes until further notice. If you have a current 31-day pass, you may use it.
- Fixed route and dart buses will not sell all-day passes until further notice. If you have a current all-day pass, you may use it.
- You may not use your passes repeatedly. You should be limiting your outings to necessary trips only.
Buses will sell only 2-hour/one-way passes:
- 50¢ for children, persons who are disabled, seniors and veterans
- $1 for children older than 12 and general riders
- These passes limit you to origin-to-destination transportation.*
- This means you must purchase a 2-hour/one-way pass for each trip: one 2-hour/one-way pass to get from home to where you want to go, and another 2-hour/one-way pass to get home.
- f you do not need to transfer to another bus, just pay your fare each way: No pass is needed.
- On the ETS, ADA and Bedford buses, just pay as you go for each trip.