RIDE KITSAP TRANSIT
Routed Buses & Foot Ferry
|One-Way Cash||KT Monthly Pass||PugetPass||Regional Visitor Day Pass|
|Reduced Fare||$1.00||$25.00||$36.00||- - -|
Notes: One-way fares are payable with cash, tokens or ORCA card E-purse. Reduced Fare riders must be pre-qualified and show a Regional Reduced Fare Permit Card or pay with ORCA card E-purse.
Reduced Fare is available to Medicare card holders and qualified seniors, disabled, youth and low income riders paying with an ORCA card. Riders must show eligibility to obtain reduced-fare ORCA card and receive discount.
A PugetPass loaded on an ORCA card is valid for the trip value on Kitsap Transit, Pierce Transit, Community Transit, King County Metro, Sound Transit and Everett Transit. Additional trip values from $0.75 to $4.75 are available.
A Regional Visitor Day Pass loaded on an ORCA card is valid for unlimited trips for a single service day when the fare is $4 or less. Valid for trips on Kitsap Transit, Pierce Transit, Community Transit, King County Metro, Sound Transit and Everett Transit. The day pass is a six-month pilot project anticipated to run through September 2014. If you use a Regional Visitor Day pass during the pilot, please share your thoughts with this brief survey.
ORCA and Paper Transfers: Free; ORCA Transfers - Riders paying fare with E-purse loaded on an ORCA card will receive a free two-hour transfer good at any location in any direction of travel. Paper Transfers - Riders paying with cash can request a paper transfer. Paper transfers are valid at transfer centers & points only for the next connecting bus or foot ferry.
ACCESS & Dial-A-Ride
|One-Way||KT Monthly Pass|
|Surcharge in Outlying Areas||+$1.00||+1.00 per ride|
Notes: The additional $1.00 outlying areas fee is charged on trips that start or end outside of the Kitsap Transit ACCESS service area.
One-way fares are payable with cash or tokens.
Reduced Fare is not available on ACCESS service.
|One-Way||W/D Monthly Pass|
Notes: The Worker/Driver monthly pass is valid on Kitsap Transit Worker/Driver and routed buses, the Foot Ferry, ACCESS (eligible riders) & Dial-A-Ride.
Reduced Fare is not available on Worker/Driver service.
Annapolis Ferry Terminal Parking
Notes: Contact Kitsap Transit Customer Service to purchase a monthly permit.
Kitsap Transit sells Mason Transit passes at the Customer Service Office located in the Bremerton Transportation Center.
- Personal-Care Attendant - Attendant traveling with eligible disabled customer -- free of charge.
- Child - Up to four (4) children, age five (5) or under, accompanied by a fare-paying, responsible individual -- free of charge.
- Public Safety Officer - Any of the region's law enforcement personnel and firefighters in or out of uniform, on or off duty and inside or outside of their jurisdiction -- free of charge.
ORCA card users who pay their regular or reduced fare from E-purse are entitled to a free 2-hour transfer. ORCA transfers are good in any direction of travel at any location. Transfers are free between Kitsap Transit vehicles. When transferring to a Pierce, Metro, Community, Sound or Everett Transit vehicle within 2 hours, riders will be given credit for the fare paid, paying only the difference in fares.
Riders paying with cash can request a paper transfer. Paper transfers are valid at transfer centers & points only for the next connecting bus or foot ferry.
VCB Special Passes - In cooperation with the Kitsap Peninsula Visitor & Convention Bureau, Kitsap Transit will offer convention or event passes which can be issued by the VCB to all participants at an event. The cost of such an issue of passes to the VCB will be based on a calculation of the expected usage at a conference or convention, at a cost per ride of $.50.