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Bus Fares

Your fare includes your entire trip, from the beginning to the final stop. Bus fare boxes accept U.S. coins, dollar bills, and Mountain Metropolitan Transit bus passes, but they don't take tokens or pennies. Ensure you have the precise fare or a previously purchased ticket, as the bus driver and farebox cannot give change. You can find the details of different cash and paper ticket fees in the table below. Additionally, we now offer a digital fare option for your convenience. Learn more on how to use the Ride MMT App or our new Metro Card.

Fare Information

Fare TypeAdult (ages 19-59)Youth (ages 6-18)*Senior (ages 60+)*Medicare/Disabled*
Day Pass
(Expires at midnight on the day of activation)
One-Ride Ticket$1.75n/an/an/a
31-Day Ticket
(Unlimited rides)
20-Ride Ticket
(20 one-way rides)

*Proof of eligibility is required for all riders using discounted fare products when boarding a bus and when asked by a driver.  Listed below are acceptable documents as proof of eligibility.

Youth (children under 5 ride free with a paying adult)

  • Current School ID
  • Government issued photo ID

Seniors (ages 60+)

  • Valid driver's license
  • Government issued photo ID
  • Medicare Card

Medicare Cardholder/People with Disabilities

Ticket Terms & Conditions     

  • A Ticket must be accounted for in the farebox.    
  • A 31-day ticket is valid for one passenger only.     
  • A Ticket is subject to revocation upon misuse.
  • Possession and care of a ticket is the responsibility of the ticket holder.
  • MMT is not responsible for replacing damaged, lost, or stolen tickets.    
  • Purchase of a ticket does not guarantee bus service or continuation of routes. Bus schedules, routes, equipment, and fares are subject to change without notice.

Possession and care of bus tickets is the responsibility of the ticket holder.

Mountain Metropolitan Transit is not responsible for replacement of damaged bus tickets. If your ticket does not work in the fare box because it is damaged, you will be required to pay the fare or purchase another ticket.                              

  • Do not fold.
  • Do not get wet.
  • Do not expose to magnet.
  • Do not expose to extreme heat.


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College Pass Program

The College Pass Program gives college students an important transportation option with easy access to downtown Colorado Springs, local attractions, shopping and more.