Token Transit - How It Works + Frequently Asked Questions
November 8 - SLO Transit now sells digital bus passes via the Token Transit smartphone application. Riders can download the app via their smartphones, create an account and then start buying their digital bus passes. From there, users will simply show or "flash" their pass to the driver from their smartphones for authentication and verification before they board. The use of Token Transit digital bus passes has the added benefit of allowing users to send digital bus passes to others electronically. All SLO Transit pass types are available for purchase within the app. See press release here.
|FARES||PASS SALE LOCATIONS|
|PASSES||PASS SALE LOCATIONS|
|31-Day Regular||$38.00||City Finance, Chamber|
|31-Day Student*||$25.00||City Finance, Chamber, BooBoo Records, SLO High, Laguna Middle|
|31-Day Senior/Disabled*||$18.00||City Finance, Chamber|
|16-Ride Regular||$24.00||City Finance|
|15-Ride Senior/Disabled||$11.25||City Finance|
|Regional Day Pass||$5.50||Bus|
* Passenger Definitions:
Senior/Disabled. Senior 65 - 79 years/Disabled/Medicare card holder. Requires identification.
VIP. Seniors 80+ years. Requires identification. Seniors receive the free pass by going to the Rideshare office at 1114 Marsh Street, filling out a one-page application, and having their photo taken. This pass allows free rides on all fixed route bus systems in SLO County.
Children. Children under 5 years with fare paying adult (maximum of 2 children).
Students. K-12 grade with Student ID.
2018-19 Fares (effective July 1, 2018)
The Regional Day Pass is good for rides on SLO Transit as well as RTA, SCT, Paso Express and North County Shuttle routes
* For senior and disabled discount fares, valid identification is requested when boarding. Medicare cards are acceptable.