Pasadena Transit Announces 30 Day Introductory Lower Pricing on Passes

PASADENA, Calif.–Beginning August 2, Pasadena Transit is offering 30-day unlimited ride passes at introductory low prices. All passes are loaded onto Transit Access Pass (TAP) cards allowing passengers to easily TAP and ride. The regular fare pass is $15. With the Metro-issued reduced fare TAP card, a youth pass is $10 and a senior/disabled pass is $7. Passengers are still eligible to receive the discounted transfer rates to other agencies, including Metro rail and bus and Foothill Transit, as long as there is stored value remaining on the TAP card.

Passes can be purchased online, by phone or in person by:

  • Visiting the website;
  • Calling 1-866-TAPTOGO (1-866-827-8646);
  • Visiting Continental Currency Services, 447 E. Orange Grove Blvd.; or
  • Visiting City of Pasadena Municipal Services at City Hall, 100 N. Garfield Ave.

Customers must have a Metro-issued reduced fare student TAP card or reduced fare senior/disabled TAP card in order to purchase the youth or senior/disabled 30-day pass. To apply for a Metro reduced fare TAP card or for more information, visit

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