Boarding and Payments


  1. Have your fare ready before boarding. All buses have electronic fareboxes that accept dollar bills and coins, and can issue a change receipt if necessary.
  2. When you see a bus coming, determine if it is the correct bus by reading the route number and destination of the bus on the destination sign on the front of the bus or on the curbside of the bus. Flashing lights indicate that the bus is slowing down to a stop.
  3. When your bus approaches, step to the curb or wave to let the operator know you want to board.
  4. Step aboard and pay your fare.
  5. If you plan to transfer to another bus you will need a, 2-Hour transfer bus pass.  The driver may ask you if you intend to transfer to a second bus to complete your trip.
  6. Hold on to the handrails as you find a seat, as the bus may begin to move before you sit down.

Now find out how to exit at your stop.