Fare cost table
|Basic Fare/One Ride Adult - ages 19 - 59||$1.75|
|SPECIAL FARE *Youth - ages 6-18 (5 and younger ride free with paid adult) *Medicare/Disabled *Senior - ages 60+||$.85|
|Transfers are free and issued upon request with a paid fare. Transfers are only good for 2 hours and 3 rides on one-way trips.||FREE|
|31-Day Ticket - unlimited one-way trips in a consecutive 31-day period||$63.00|
*Special 31-Day Ticket - Youth ages 6 - 18, Medicare/Disabled, Senior (60+); unlimited one-way trips in a consecutive 31-day period
|Adult 20-Ride Ticket - good for 20-one way trips||$32.00|
|*Special 20-Ride Ticket - Youth ages 6 - 18, Medicare/Disabled, Senior (60+); good for 20-one way trips||$16.00|
|Summer Haul Pass - unlimited one-way trips from June 1 - August 31 on Mountain Metro fixed-route buses for kids 18 and under; good for one year only (year indicated on pass)||$25.00|
|Day Pass – unlimited rides on fixed-route buses. Day Passes expire at midnight on the day of activation.||$4.00|
|*Special Riders, please be prepared to show proper ID or proof of eligibility upon request.|
Reduced Fare Eligibility Through the Independence Center
The Special 20-Ride and 31-Day tickets provide significant savings for individuals who meet specified age criteria or disability requirements. You must have the required ID to purchase or ride with this pass. Please take care of your pass since Mountain Metropolitan Transit is under no obligation to honor or replace lost, stolen or visibly damaged passes.
The following riders qualify for reduced fare and can purchase the Special 20-Ride ticket or pay the economy cash fare on the bus:
Seniors Ages 60+ Mountain Metro will accept any one of the following senior citizen IDs:
- Valid driver's license
- Any photo identification with a birth date indicating you are 60 years of age or older
- Medicare Card
Medicare/Disabled Mountain Metro will only accept the following documented proof of permanent disability: 1.) a valid Medicare Card; or 2.) a Disabled Reduced Fare Authorization "Yellow Card" issued by the Independence Center.
Mountain Metro offers the reduced fare authorization card through the Independence Center to better serve our customers. The Independence Center, at 729 South Tejon, is more centrally located than Metro’s administrative offices and is easily accessible in the downtown area from bus Routes 10 and 11.
For information on how to obtain a Disabled Reduced Fare Authorization "Yellow Card," please call the Independence Center at 471-8181 or go to 729 South Tejon.
Youth Ages 6-18 (5 and younger ride free with a paid adult) - Mountain Metro will accept any one of the following IDs:
- School-issued student ID
- Any photo identification with a birth date indicating your age
- Driver may use his/her own discretion
Please be prepared to show proper ID or proof of eligibility upon request. TICKETS WILL BE REVOKED UPON MISUSE.
Purchase Tickets in Person:
Transit Administration Office- 1015 Transit Dr.
Downtown Terminal - 127 E. Kiowa Street
Pikes Peak Community College Centennial Campus- 5675 S. Academy Blvd
El Paso County Citizens Service Center - 1675 W. Garden of the Gods Rd.
Participating King Soopers and Safeway stores:
1750 W. Uintah St. - (719) 636-5043
6930 N. Academy Blvd. - (719) 598-5177
815 Cheyenne Meadows Rd. - (719) 527-1590
3570 Hartsel Dr. - (719) 590-1099
6030 Stetson Hills Blvd. - (719) 591-7043
2910 S. Academy Blvd. - (719) 393-9622
9225 N. Union Blvd. - (719) 522-2200
3620 Austin Bluffs Pkwy. - (719) 598-1891
3250 Centennial Blvd. - (719) 325-0344
1920 S. Nevada Ave. - (719) 636-5257
2210 N. Wahsatch Ave. - (719) 471-7243
1121 N. Circle Dr. - (719) 573-6023
3275 W. Colorado Ave. - (719) 473-6446
1425 S. Murray Blvd. - (719) 591-0831
5060 N. Academy Blvd. - (719) 593-1474
2890 N. Powers Blvd. - (719) 573-4759
840 Village Center Dr. - (719) 548-1404
6925 Mesa Ridge Pkwy. (Fountain) - (719) 322-9351
7655 McLaughlin Rd. (Falcon) - (719) 495-7300
Ticket Terms & Conditions
- Ticket must be accounted for in farebox.
- 31-Day ticket is valid for one passenger only.
- Special ticket holders, please be prepared to show proper ID or proof of eligibility upon request.
- Ticket is subject to revocation upon misuse.
- Possession and care of ticket is the responsibility of the ticket holder.
- Mountain Metropolitan Transit is not responsible for replacement of damaged, lost, or stolen tickets.
- ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES OF MOUNTAIN METROPOLITAN TRANSIT TICKETS ARE PERMITTED. Purchase of 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
- Do not fold
- Do not get wet
- Do not expose to magnet
- Do not expose to extreme heat
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.
For complete information call:
TTY users 1-800-659-2656