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FARES METRO, INTERCITY, & HOPPER


 

 FARE
FULL
DISCOUNT 1
1-RIDE CASH at Farebox $1.50 $0.75
1-RIDE PASS
$1.50 $0.75
1-RIDE METRO EXPRESS
PASS 3
$1.50 $0.75
1-DAY PASS $4.00 $2.00

 FARE
FULL
DISCOUNT 1
31-DAY PASS $65.00 $30.00
31-DAY STUDENT PASS 2
$40.00  

 FARE
   
10-DEVIATION PASS $10.00 Hopper Deviations are $1.00 each (cash) at farebox and pre-purchased as 10-Deviation Passes
DIAL-A-RIDE
$3.00 Valid for all Dial-a-Ride services including ADA service.

FARE STRUCTURE NOTES

  1. Discount Fare valid only for seniors (age 65 & over), Medicare card holders, and Discount Fare Card holders. For Discount Fare Card application, click here.

  2. Student Fare valid only for children ages 5-17 and college students with valid student ID.

  3. 1-Ride Metro Express Pass sold only at Fare Vending Machines (FVM), and valid only on Metro Express routes.

  4. Up to three children age 4 & under ride free of charge when accompanied by a fare-paying adult. Fare for each additional child costs $1.50.



ORDER BUS PASSES ONLINE

RTD now offers its customers the opportunity to order 1-Day, 31-Day, and 10-Deviation bus passes online. Click here to begin.
Purchase online with Paypal

  

On January 1st, 2012, San Joaquin Regional Transit District simplified its fare structure and Fare Vending Machines. RTD eliminated transfers, 10-ride passes and other passes, and in their place, now offers a new, simplified fare structure to make riding RTD even easier.

RTD has also changed the way its Fare Vending Machines operate. Fare Vending Machines now offer just two passes: a new one-ride pass valid only on Metro Express routes, and a one-day pass that is valid on any of RTD’s Metro, Intercity, and Hopper routes.

RTD’s Fare Vending Machines do not issue change. You need to use exact change to buy your fare, just like on the bus. This helps RTD reduce maintenance and security costs.

For more information, please call 209-943-1111 for assistance.

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