Reduced Fare Program & Military Fare Program
Reduced Fare Program
Tulsa Transit offers reduced fares to seniors, Medicare card holders, persons with disabilities, active duty military, and veterans. Customers may obtain a Reduced Fare Card or Reduced Fare Card Application by visiting the Denver Avenue Station (DAS), 319 S. Denver from 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Customers can also print the Reduced Fare Application here, and have it completed before arriving at the station. The first Reduced Fare Card photo identification card costs $1.00. Replacement cards are $5. Customers must show the Reduced Fare Card to the bus operator each time upon boarding. Card holders pay $0.85 for a single trip on Tulsa Transit’s fixed-route buses, and get reduced fares on multi-ride passes.
Persons 62 years of age or older may obtain a Reduced Fare photo ID card by showing proof of age with a photo identification card.
2. Medicare Card Holders
Medicare card holders may obtain a Reduced Fare photo ID card by showing a Medicare card and a photo identification card.
3. Persons With Disabilities
Persons with disabilities must complete a Reduced Fare Card Application in order to obtain a Reduced Fare Card. Applications are available at the Denver Avenue Station. The application must be completed by the applicant’s physician and returned to Tulsa Transit. If the applicant is approved for the Reduced Fare Card Program, an approval letter will be sent via mail. That letter and a photo identification card must be taken to the Denver Avenue Station where the Reduced Fare Card can be obtained.
Individuals who currently serve or have previously served in the United States armed forces are eligible for the Reduced Fare Program. To obtain a Reduced Fare card, active duty personnel must present a government issued photo identification card. Veterans who were honorably discharged must present 1) an identification card from a veteran’s organization, 2) a state-issued driver’s license showing veteran status, or 3) a DD 214 form. If the documentation presented does not have a photo affixed, the applicant must present another form of identification that includes a photo.