Capital Metro offers simple options to buy a pass that matches your own personal lifestyle. Choose a service that works best for you and select a pass for the length of time you need. We will reinstate fares beginning June 1 for most customers.
Kids 18 and younger ride free on all Cap Metro services:
- K-12 students, with valid ID
- 10 and younger must be accompanied by someone 12 or older
|Single Ride, Reduced||$0.60|
|Day Pass, Reduced||$1.25|
|31-Day Pass, Reduced||$20.60|
|Single Ride, Reduced||$1.75|
|Day Pass, Reduced||$3.50|
|31-Day Pass, Reduced||$48.10|
Stored Value Cards come pre-loaded with a cash value that you use at the farebox or the ticket vending machines (TVMs) on the MetroRail platforms like any other pass.
|Stored Value Cards|
|$20||$20 worth of fares|
|$40||$40 worth of fares|
Reduced fares are available to qualified riders and generally cost about half the price of our regular fares. Please view the Fare Per Service Type section above to see exact prices and visit our Reduced Fare ID Card page to learn about eligibility and how to apply.
RFID card holders are eligible to use an Accessible Touch Pass, which allows you to tap your pass on the farebox and go.
You can use our Online Marketplace to purchase passes in large quantities for groups. Enroll using this form and we'll add that functionality to your account. If you're a business looking for employee transit passes, our MetroWorks program is designed for you.
Here's a cool perk for MetroAccess customers. You can ride bus and rail services at a reduced rate. Just tap your MetroAccess ID Card on the farebox when boarding. MetroAccess monthly passes are valid for use on all of our bus and train services at no additional cost.
Active-duty military personnel not in uniform qualify for reduced fares with a valid military ID.
We believe in fair fares for everyone, which is why we provide deeply discounted and free passes to more than 230 local social service agencies helping our neighbors in need. In addition, we've contributed more than $1 million as a founding partner of the Transit Empowerment Fund.