Fares Resume April 12, 2021

Pasadena Transit and Pasadena Dial-A-Ride will resume requiring valid fare payment to board beginning Monday, April 12. Passengers are encouraged to use a TAP card loaded with a Pasadena Transit monthly pass, Dial-A-Ride membership, or Stored Value to pay their fare. TAP cards can now be loaded onto an iPhone or Android device. Cash payment is also accepted.

For more information on the TAP program, visit https://www.taptogo.net/.

For more information about Pasadena Transit fares, visit https://www.cityofpasadena.net/pasadena-transit/fares/

For more information on Pasadena Dial-A-Ride fares, visit https://www.cityofpasadena.net/pasadena-transit/dial-a-ride/

During this pandemic we urge you to use transit only for your essential trips. Please note, it is a Federal requirement to wear a face covering on board a transit vehicle, including Pasadena Transit and Pasadena Dial-A-Ride. Face coverings are provided on board if you do not have one.

Pasadena Transit and Pasadena Dial-A-Ride are working closely with the City of Pasadena Health Department to monitor the COVID-19 situation, also known as Coronavirus, and we have implemented a number of measures on board our buses to help protect our customers and bus operators.

All Pasadena Transit and Pasadena Dial-A-Ride vehicles are cleaned thoroughly at least once daily. This means that every surface from floor to ceiling is disinfected. In addition, bus operators are cleaning high touch surfaces throughout the day.

Additional measures taken include:

  • Limiting the number of passengers on the vehicle to help provide social distancing space (this is subject to change as conditions change)
  • Blocking off select seats on our buses to encourage social distancing
  • Hand sanitizers on all buses
  • Driver barriers on all buses

The City of Pasadena has joined the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Health and Safety Commitments Program. The Program defines four core categories of responsibilities – for every partner transit agency and for their passengers – making this a true partnership for health and safety. They are:

  • Following public health guidelines from official sources
  • Protecting each other by requiring face coverings and other protection
  • Keeping passengers informed and empowered to choose the safest times and routes to ride
  • Putting health first by requiring riders and employees to avoid public transit if they have been exposed to COVID-19 or feel ill

For more information on the program, please visit https://apta.com/commitments/