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Capital Metro fares

From Transit.Wiki
Local Local reduced Commuter (bus/MetroRail) Commuter reduced
One way $1.25 $0.60 $3.50 $1.75
Day pass $2.50 $1.25 $7.00 $3.50
7 day pass $11.25 $27.50
31 day pass $41.25 $20.60 $96.25 $48.10

Day pass can be purchased onboard buses. Commuter pass can be purchased from ticket machines at MetroRail stations.

Capital Metro passes can be purchased at retail locations, online, and via smart phone apps.

Reduced fare eligibility

  • Seniors 65 and over with Reduced Fare ID
  • Medicare card holders with Reduced Fare ID
  • Riders with disabilities with Reduced Fare ID
  • Youth age 6-18 with school ID