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Yes, to qualify for Senior/Disabled fares, including the purchase and use of tickets and passes, passengers must display one of the following forms of I.D.:
i. TransIT Reduced Fare I.D. card (applications are available at the TransIT office or online) ii. City of Frederick Senior Citizen or Handicapped I.D. iii. MVA-issued I.D. card showing age 60+ or disability iv. Medicare cardholders are entitled to reduced fares according to the TransIT reduced fare policy
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TransIT Services of Frederick County is Frederick County’s public transportation system providing local and commuter bus service and demand response paratransit services as well as offering commuter assistance and employer outreach information.
a. First, determine which route services the area in which you want to travel. For example, if you are planning a trip to FCC, consult the #60 or #61/FCC Connector route brochures. Google TransIT (the google maps app on your smart phone) is an online mapping systems that can also be used. Determine when you would like to arrive at your destination and look at the bus arrival times to determine which best suits your needs.
b. Next, determine where and when you will need to catch the bus in order to arrive at your destination at the desired time. Plan to arrive at the bus stop five minutes early. 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. If so, 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.
c. Lastly, pay your fare. Cash is accepted on board for single trips as well as tickets. Monthly passes, multi-trip passes, and youth/student tickets may be purchased M-F 8:00am-4:00pm at the County Treasurer’s offices (30 N. Market St.), at the TransIT office (1040 Rocky Springs Rd.) or purchased by mail. Youth/student tickets may also be purchased at the FCC bookstore. Finally, if you are using a credit card, you can use Token Transit, the mobile ticketing app, to purchase tickets (including the one-day pass) from your smart phone. Simply download the app (available for iOS & Android devices), enter your information, purchase a ticket, activate it and show the driver.
Six “Connector” routes offer deviated route service. Passengers may request a route deviation within ¾ mile of the route. If requested, buses can deviate up to ¾ of a mile off the regular route to pick you up or drop you off closer to your origin or destination. Arrangements for route deviations must be made one business day in advance. There is a $2.00 charge for all route deviations (in addition to the regular fee).
1. One-Way cash fare $1.502. One-Day Pass $4.00 (mobile app only)3. 10-trip ticket $13.004. 20-trip ticket $25.005. Monthly Pass $50.00
Senior (60+)/Disabled Persons with I.D.
1. One-Way cash fare $0.75 2. 10-trip ticket $7.00 3. 21-trip ticket $13.00 4. Monthly Pass $30.00
Youth/Student with I.D.:
1. 10-trip ticket $10.002. Monthly Pass $30.00
Yes, exact change is required. Driver cannot make change. To purchase tickets with credit card, use the Token Transit mobile ticketing app.
Monthly passes, multi-trip tickets, and youth/student tickets may be purchased M-F 8:00am-4:00pm at the County Treasurer’s Office (30 N. Market St.), over the phone with a credit card, or purchased by mail. Youth/student tickets may also be purchased at the FCC Bookstore.To purchase tickets any time and with credit card, download the Token Transit mobile application. The mobile app allows to you to purchase tickets with your smart phone at your own convenience.