Questions & Answers: Riding METRO
On this page, you can get answers to common questions about riding METRO, all in one place.
The regular fare to board is $1.25
The discounted fare is 60 cents.
The following ride for free:
- Children five or younger, accompanied by an adult
- Seniors 70 and older who have a discounted METRO Q® Fare Card
- Disabled or decorated veterans who have a METRO Veterans Pass
- METROLift customers with a METROLift Freedom Q® Card, and up to one assistant
Upon boarding, you can pay your curb2curb fare using any of the following:
- METRO Q® Fare Card
- METRO Q Mobile Ticket (regular fare only)
- METRO Day Pass
- METRO Money card
The All About Fares page has information on where you can obtain them.
Yes. Whether you pay your fare with a fare card or mobile ticket, you’re entitled to free transfers between any of these METRO services for up to three hours in any direction:
- Local bus
- METRO curb2curb
If your trip includes a Park & Ride bus, and you plan to use a mobile ticket, you'll need to purchase and activate a Park & Ride mobile ticket. It's valid for three hours once activated and entitles you to free transfers between any METRO service of equal or lesser value during that time.