How much does it cost to ride the Metro bus in Maryland?
Cost to Ride
|Metrorail||Cost to Ride|
|Off-Peak Fare*||$2.00 – $3.85|
|Weekend Metrorail one-way fare||$2.00|
|Metrobus||Cost to Ride|
How do I get a Metrocard in Maryland?
Purchase Online at CommuterDirect.com Order from CommuterDirect.com as you normally have. You will receive a new smart card with each order. The card will contain an electronically loaded monthly Metro pass and a MARC, or MTA Commuter Bus sticker pass.
How much is it to take the bus in Maryland?
|Fares & Passes||Full Fare||Senior/Disability|
|Day Pass / 1-Day Pass||4.40||2.20|
|Weekly / 7-Day Pass||21.00||—|
|Monthly / 31-Day Pass||74.00||22.00|
Do Maryland buses take SmarTrip?
SmarTrip Cards are not accepted on any MTA Commuter buses. Riders who wish to use a SmarTrip Card as payment must purchase their tickets online through the MDOT MTA Transit Store.
Can I use SmarTrip in Baltimore?
The SmarTrip® and CharmCard® may look different on the outside, but they are the same smart card on the inside. In fact, you may use either one interchangeably in the Washington, DC and Baltimore metropolitan areas to pay your transit fare and to exit Metro parking lots in the Washington, DC area.
What is Metro Baltimore Charm Card?
CharmCard® is a rechargeable smart fare card you can use on Local Bus, Light Rail and Metro Subway. You can purchase a card at the MTA transit store, select retail locations and online. Get acquainted with all the functions of the CharmCard®. Now that you have a CharmCard®, register your card and track your funds here.
Are Baltimore buses free?
How much is the bus fare in Baltimore? One-way bus fare for CityLink, LocalLink, Metro SubwayLink and Light RailLink is $1.90. A day pass can be purchased for $4.40. The Charm City Circulator is free to ride!
Can I use my SmarTrip card in Baltimore?
Is MTA charging bus fare?
In March 2020, Los Angeles’ public-transit agency, Metro, stopped collecting fares on its buses as a COVID-19 safety precaution. For the next 22 months, Metro waived fares for anyone who wanted to keep riding its buses, anywhere they wanted to go (as long as they wore a mask, of course).