How do I transfer between routes?
It may be necessary for you to transfer if the bus that serves your destination does not serve the area in which you plan to board the bus. Consult the route brochure for the route that serves the area in which you want to board the bus, and find the transfer point between the two routes. For example, if you want to board the bus at FSK Mall to travel to FCC, you will have to transfer from the #20/FSK Mall Connector to the #60 or #61/ FCC Connector at the Transit Center in downtown Frederick. Determine when you want to arrive at FCC, when you can transfer to the #60 or #61/ FCC Connector from the #20/FSK Mall Connector at the Transit Center and when you must board the #20/FSK Mall Connector to get the Transit Center at the desired time.

Transfers are free but must be requested upon boarding the first route. Transfers must be used upon boarding the second route and are valid for 60 minutes on any route other than the route on which it was issued with the exception of transfers between routes 50 & 51 or 60 & 61 since they are bi-directional.

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1. What is TransIT?
2. How do I ride the bus?
3. How do I transfer between routes?
4. What is a route deviation?
5. How much does it cost to ride the bus?
6. Where do the TransIT buses go?
7. What are the bus service hours?
8. Do the buses travel outside of Frederick County?
9. What is TransIT-plus?
10. What Commuter Services do you offer?
11. Do you have ADA compliant services?
12. Can I take my bike on the bus?
13. Where do I catch the bus?
14. Will the bus stop if I am close to the stop?
15. Does the bus only stop at bus stop signs?
16. How do I board the bus?
17. How do I exit the bus?
18. Can I have food on the bus?
19. Can I bring a service animal on the bus?
20. Can I bring a stroller on the bus?
21. How do I pay for a bus ride?