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March 21, 2020

Changes in the Sale and Use of Bus Passes

Changes in Response to the COVID-19 Crisis

Effective Monday, March 23, 2020

Changes in the Sale and Use of Bus Passes

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.