Reduced Fare Cards
For Seniors and Riders with Disabilities
Seniors and riders with disabilities can either get a WTA Reduced Fare Card (free) or a Regional Reduced Fare Permit ($3), valid throughout the Puget Sound.
To qualify for either, you must present proof of one of the following:
65 years of age and older
Social Security Disability Benefits Eligibility
Social Security Income (SSI) Eligibility
Valid Medicare Card
Valid ADA Paratransit Card
Valid Washington Department of Licensing issued disabled parking identification and valid government issued photo identification
Participation in a vocational career program with the Washington State Individual Education Program (IEP)
Obvious physical impairment, as described in our Medical Eligibility Criteria. For a list of our medical eligibility criteria call 360-676-RIDE.
Completed form signed by a Washington State licensed Health Care Provider certifying that you meet one or more criteria listed on our Medical Eligibility Criteria. For a certification form or a list of our medical eligibility criteria call 360-676-RIDE.
Veterans are eligible for a WTA Reduced Fare Card and must present of one of the following: