Rates and Fares

Ride Tokens

One way ride tokens may be purchased at the People’s Transit office, over the phone using a debit/credit card, or from a driver.

Youth: (Yellow tokens)

10 tokens= $25.00 
20 tokens= $50.00

* Effective June 7, 2019 a 

Medicaid discount will no longer apply. 

General Public: (Red Tokens)

10 tokens= $35.00
20 tokens= $70.00

Outside City Limits (up to 3 miles) (white tokens)

10 tokens= $45.00
20 tokens= $90.00

Seniors: *suggested donation price

10 tokens= $25.00
20 tokens= $50.00

Are you interested in a monthly ride pass for your child?

For $80/ month your child can ride unlimited. Even better, your child will not need to keep track of tokens! Call or come into our office to see if this could benefit you and your child’s needs for the school year. 

* Please know, you are still responsible for cancelling the bus if your child is sick or if the bus is not needed. A no show fee of $2.50 may apply.

Fares (Pre-Scheduled Rides)

Children (0-3):

Ride free with an adult

Youth (3 to 17):

$2.50 (Medicaid eligible youth $1.50 during the school year)

General Public:


Seniors 60+:

Suggested donation $2.50

Outside City Limits (up to 3 miles):


Non-Emergency Medical Transportation

People’s Transit is a non-emergency medical transportation provider. People’s Transit will bill Medicaid upon validation.

Personal Care Attendants/Escorts:

  • If a rider is unable to complete travel by themselves the may have a PCA/escort assist them
  • Escort MUST be picked up/dropped off at same location and time as fare rider
  • Designated PCA/escort rides free of charge
  • Anyone accompanying the rider and PCA/escort will be required to pay a regular fare

May Personal Care Attendants (PCAs) Ride for Free on Complementary Paratransit and Fixed Route?

Under Department of Transportation (DOT) Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations at 49 C.F.R. Section 37.131(c)(3), a personal care attendant (PCA) may not be charged a fare for complementary paratransit service. Under 49 C.F.R. Section 37.123(f)(1)(ii), a companion (i.e., friend or family member) does not count as a PCA unless the companion is actually acting in the capacity of PCA. PCAs may be charged a fare on fixed route. While some transit systems go beyond the minimum requirements of the ADA and allow PCAs to ride for free, there is no requirement that they do so.

Updated: Thursday, June 8, 2017

Same Day Fare: If your ride is not pre-scheduled fares are doubled for the first destination of your trip. Regular fares apply thereafter.

No Shows: If a passenger does not cancel a scheduled ride or is not on time for pick-up this is considered a no show. If another ride needs to be scheduled the day of the no show it will be considered a same day ride and charged accordingly.