PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES FARE PROGRAM
Local Bus, Light Rail, and Metro Subway Single Trip and Day Pass Fares
Senior citizens, 65 years and older, can ride for approximately one-third the regular fare on Local Bus, Light Rail and Metro Subway, and approximately one-half the regular fare on MARC Train service.
Eligibility for Senior/Disability Reduced Fares:
Senior citizens (age 65+), Persons with Disabilities, and Medicare Cardholders must show one of the following to be eligible for reduced fares on MTA transit services:
· a valid MTA Senior/Disability photo ID card, OR
· any valid government issued photo ID with proof of age, OR
· a valid disability ID from another transit agency and any valid government issued photo ID, OR
· a Medicare card and any valid government issued photo ID.
Senior photo ID cards are issued at the MTA Certification Office located in the lobby of 6 St. Paul St. The office is open from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Senior photo ID cards are also issued at various locations throughout the MTA service area.
For further information or a current list of locations, email the MTA or call the Certification Office at 410-767-3441, TTY 410-333-2051 for people who are hearing and/or speech impaired.
The one way Senior Reduced Fare is 55 cents. A Senior Day Pass is available for core services (Local Bus, Light Rail, Metro Subway and Neighborhood Shuttle Bus). This Day Pass allows seniors to ride all day for $1.20. Express and premium charges apply. Reduced fare Monthly Passes are also available for $16.50. The passes must be used with a valid MTA photo Senior ID card.
Click [here] for the Application for Certification Reduced Fare Program.
MARC train fares are based on distance.
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