Can students ride the Metro bus for free in Maryland?

K-12 Students Students ride for free on Metrobus, DC Circulator, and Metrorail within the District of Columbia to get to school and school-related activities.

Can you pay for DC bus with cash?

Cash – Circulator accepts coins and dollar bills in exact change only. The driver does not carry cash to make change. Simply place your fare in the farebox located near the driver.

How do you pay for the Metro bus in Maryland?

Bus Passes TheBus accepts cash and SmarTrip cards for payment of fares. Pennies are not accepted. Bus-to-bus transfers are free only when using SmarTrip. Other passes are available (such as weekly or monthly).

How do I pay my Montgomery County school bus?

Pay by Mail Mail the School Bus Ticket with check or money order made payable to Montgomery County, MD. Write the citation number and license plate number on your check or money order to ensure proper credit. Returned checks are subject to electronic redeposit for the face amount and a fee of $35.00. DO NOT SEND CASH.

Is the bus in PG County Free?

There are 29 bus routes, with most operating between Washington Metro stations in the county, with two routes running to Upper Marlboro. The fare is $1.25, but seniors (age 60+), the disabled, one child under 5 years old, and students (between 2:00PM and 7:00PM) ride free.

Are Washington DC buses free?

Please note: currently fares are suspended all on DC Circulator buses.

How much is the bus in Washington DC?

Cost to Ride

Metrorail Cost to Ride
Off-Peak Fare* $2.00 – $3.85
Weekend Metrorail one-way fare $2.00
Metrobus Cost to Ride
Regular Routes $2.00

How do you pay for the bus in Nashville?

Most Nashville bus users can now use a reloadable card and phone app to pay for their ride. WeGo the city’s public transit agency has been developing and testing the new QuickTicket system for the past five years. But it’s been on its transit strategy plan since at least 2015.

Is there a free shuttle in Nashville?

Nashville MTA’s Music City Circuit is a free bus service that runs 3 routes through the downtown Nashville corridor every 10 to 15 minutes, Monday through Saturday.