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Transit Fares

Local South Shore Service / Valley & Lake Express Service

New Fare Media - as of September 3, 2014 (PRICES HAVE NOT CHANGED!)

TTD is introducing a new electronic fare passes as of September 3, 2014.  These new passes will improve efficiency and reporting.

One-way, day passes, and 10-ride passes will be available for purchase on the bus. Exact fare is still required, the drivers carry no cash and can not provide change.

The "old" paper passes will not be accepted after October 31, 2014.

Monthly and other multi-ride passes can be purchased at these locations:
Please call the locations for day and times of operation.

California Nevada
Explore Tahoe - Stateline Transit Center
4114 Lake Tahoe Blvd.
S. Lake Tahoe, CA  96150
Tahoe Transportation District
128 Market St., Suite 3F
Stateline, NV  89449

More Information - For answers to your questions or to request a Rider's Guide, please call: 530.541.7149

or email transit@tahoetransportation.org


General Fare Policies:

  • Fares are paid for each one-way trip, unless a day pass is purchased. Exact fare is required; drivers carry no cash and are unable to provide change.
  • The discount local zone and regional one-way fare applies to youths 5 to 18 years of age, adults over 60 years of age, and reduced fare I.D. cardholders.
  • Regional day, regional monthly, and 20-ride passes can be used on any South Shore or Valley and Lake Express route.
  • The $3.00 demand response fare is available to persons 60 years of age and older, veterans with Service-connected Disability designation on their Veteran's I.D. card, and persons with disabilities who meet TTD's eligibility criteria.

Free trips are allowed as follows:

  • On the Ski Shuttles.
  • For Personal Care Attendants (PCA) accompanying passenger with reduced fare I.D. card and PCA designation.
  • Persons transferring from the AMTRAK service with transfer issued no more than one hour prior to boarding. Local routes only.
  • Children 4 or under in the company of an adult.

JAC or DART transfers are accepted on the Valley and Lake Express routes for one trip within the local zone, or to take a regional trip for half price. Valley and Lake Express transfers are accepted as full fare on both JAC and DART.

Políticas Generales de las Tarifas:

  • Las tarifas se pagan por cada viaje de ida. Se requiere una tarifa exacta, los conductores no llevan dinero en efectivo, solamente cambio exacto.
  • Los pases de un día, pases regionales y las entradas 10 y 20 puedenser utilizados en cualquier ruta de South Shore, Valle del Lago y Vía Express.
  • Latarifa de $3.00 dólares es solamente disponible para: personas mayores de 60 años o más, titulares de tarjetas de Medicare, o Medicaid, o aquellas personas con Necesidades Especiales validas o con una credencial de ADA.
  • El descuento dela zona local y de la tarifa de una 1-ida regional se impone a: personas que son elegibles de la tarifa de $3.00 dólares, y a los jóvenes entre las edades de 5y 18 años.

Los viajes gratis son permitidos solamente en:

  • Los autobuses de esquí.
  • Para los asistentes personales. (Debe acompañar a un pasajero elegible y ayudarle durante su viaje.)
  • Las personas quese están transfiriendose del Amtrak. Es buena por una hora antes del embarque. Solamente para rutas locales.
  • Los niños de 4 años o encompañía de un adulto.

Transferencias entre JAC y DART son aceptadas en el Valle del Lago y las rutas Express para un viaje dentro de una zona local, o se puede hacer un viaje regional a mitad deprecio. Las transferencias del Valle del Lago y Express son aceptadas con una tarifa normal en ambos JAC y DART.

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