Are MTS buses free in San Diego?

Are MTS buses free in San Diego?

San Diego – The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) Board of Directors approved a plan for passengers to ride free in September with PRONTO to help riders smoothly transition from Compass Cards to the new PRONTO fare collection system.

Does MTS have student discount?

In case you missed the big news – we’re lowering the price of our monthly Youth pass to just $23!! Youth ages 6-18 can pick up the new, cheaper fare at all our retail outlets with a student or government issued ID that shows their age. You can also pop in to the Transit Store to activate your fare on Compass Cloud.

How much does a bus ticket cost in San Diego?

One-way fares*

One Way Fares Adult/Youth Senior/ Disabled/ Medicare/Youth*
MTS Bus $2.50 $1.25
MTS Rapid $2.50 $1.25
MTS Rapid Express/Premium (Routes 280, 290) $5 $2.50
MTS Rural $8 $4

Are buses free in San Diego?

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Passengers can ride public transportation in San Diego for free in September if they switch to the city’s new PRONTO fare collection system.

How much is a trolley ticket fine San Diego?

A first offense for riding without a ticket is $193 with court fees, a second offense is $280 and a third is $450. Unpaid tickets are sent to collections with an additional $315 charge. Violators can usually pay tickets online, but contesting a citation requires showing up in court.

What age is senior for San Diego MTS?

Senior eligibility date: 65+ or born on or before September 1, 1959.

Do you have to wear a mask on the San Diego Trolley?

Buses and Trolley are sanitized each night after service. Face coverings are required while using the system and should completely cover the nose and mouth.