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Our Fares

Capital Metro offers varying pass options to fit every rider's needs – from a single ride to 31 days of service. Buy your fare based Capital Metro's three service categories: Local, Premium, Commuter and reduced fare options. The ticket vending machines at our rail stations no longer accept credit or debit cards. You may pay for your fare with cash or our Stored Value Cards.

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Fare Enforcement

Capital Metro routinely checks passes to ensure fair payment and judicious use of public funds for bus and rail services. If a fare inspector determines you are riding without a valid fare, you will be issued a citation and asked to show a driver’s license.

Visit our Fare Enforcement page for informaiton on how to pay your fines.

Reduced Fares Program

Reduced fares are available for qualifying riders. Program requires enrollment and the purchase of a Reduced Fare ID Card. Visit for details on eligibility and how to apply.

Customers with MetroAccess ID

MetroAccess customers may ride fixed route bus and rail services at the reduced rate. To receive reduced fare on bus or rail, tap the MetroAccess ID card at the target area on the fare box when you board the vehicle.

MetroAccess Monthly Passes are valid for use on all Capital Metro bus and train services at no additional cost.

No Charge

Children five and under with an accompanying adult and emergency and military personnel in uniform ride free.

Fares Safety Net Programs

With our social service agency partners, Capital Metro has established a robust safety net program to ensure our service remains accessible to all members of the community.

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Capital Metro works with over 230 local social service agencies through its Discount Pass Program, and is a founding partner of the Basic Transportation Needs Fund, contributing $1.2 million dollars to-date since the program began in 2011.

These programs provide deeply discounted or free passes for social services agencies serving our neighbors in need.


Capital Metro offers employers a commuter benefits program that allows employees to lower their commuting costs. By utilizing employee-paid pre-tax dollars and/or employer paid fringe benefits covered under Internal Revenue Code Section 132(a), an employer can enhance their benefits package with an incentive that can be used to attract and retain qualified employees. MetroWorks allows the employer to purchase transit passes in bulk at a reduced rate, further enhancing the benefit. MetroWorks has bulk purchase plans for schools and government entities as well. For more information visit MetroWorks.

Single Ride $1.25
Single Ride, Reduced $0.60
Day Pass $2.50
Day Pass, Reduced $1.25
7-Day Pass $11.25
31-Day Pass $41.25
31-Day Pass, Reduced $20.60
Single Ride $1.75
Single Ride, Reduced $0.85
Day Pass $3.50
Day Pass, Reduced $1.75
7-Day Pass $16.75
31-Day Pass $62.00
31-Day Pass, Reduced $31.00
Single Ride $3.50
Single Ride, Reduced $1.75
Day Pass $7.00
Day Pass, Reduced $3.50
7-Day Pass $27.50
31-Day Pass $96.25
31-Day Pass, Reduced $48.10
Single Ride $1.75
10 Ride Booklet $17.50
Monthly Pass $46.50
$20 $20 of value
$40 $40 of value