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Skagit Transit still encourages its riders to only take essential trips and to wear facemasks when riding the bus.
UMO Electronic Fares
Skagit Transit has implemented a new electronic fare paying system. For more details Click Here
If you have questions, please give us a call at (360) 757-4433.
Western WA University Students & Staff
Western WA University Students & Staff can access Skagit Transit's Fixed Route Services by showing their WWU ID card to the bus driver. WWU has pre-paid for their students and staff to have access to the service. This includes both the County Connector services between Everett and Bellingham as well as local service in Skagit County.
Please note- this program is a pilot project and will expire September 30th, 2023 unless renewed.
Types of Fares
People age 65 and older, people with a Medicare card and persons with disabilities are eligible to apply for a Skagit Transit Reduced Fare permit. This free permit entitles you to ride the regular route buses throughout Skagit County at a discounted fare. These discounted fares are offered throughout the system all day every day. You may obtain a free Skagit Transit Reduced Fare Permit by applying at the Customer Service Office at Skagit Station with the proper documentation. Either a Medicare card or a Reduced Fare Permit must be shown to the driver when a rider boards the bus and wants to pay a reduced fare.
Also you can purchase the Regional Reduced Fare Permit. This permit entitles you to ride the regular buses throughout the Puget Sound Region at a discounted fare. The permit is also valid on the Washington State Ferries. The permit is REQUIRED ON MOST TRANSIT SYSTEMS IN ORDER TO PAY A REDUCED FARE. The laminated Regional Reduced Fare Permit is available for $3.00 from any Puget Sound transit agency. It has no expiration date unless issued to a person with a temporary disability. Be sure to bring proof of age (65+), a valid Medicare card or proof of qualifying condition. Learn if you qualify for reduced fares and where to get an RRFP
Skagit Transit Reduced Fare Application
Skagit Transit Reduced Fare Application - Spanish
Regional Reduced Fare Application
Children (age 7 and under)
Children age 7 and under ride free with a fare-paying passenger.
Youth fares (age 8-17)
Youths age eight to seventeen (8-17) pay a reduced fare on Skagit Transit services.
Skagit Transit farebox accepts 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, 50¢, $1.00 coin, $1, $2, $5, $10 and $20 bills.
Local 1-Day and 31-Day Passes
Skagit Transit 1-Day and 31-Day Passes are good only on local Skagit Transit fixed-route buses. The card cannot be redeemed for cash.
1-Day Passes: Good for unlimited rides until midnight of that day. 1-Day passes can be purchased through the Umo app or at Customer Service.
31-Day Passes: Good for unlimited rides for 31 consecutive days. 31-Day passes can be purchased through the Umo app or at Customer Service.
County Connector Pass (31-Day)
Riders with this pass can ride throuhout the region on the County Connectors (Routes 80X and 90X) and all local Skagit Transit and WTA routes for $50 ($25 Youth or Reduced Fare Riders).
The pass is good for 31 days after its first use. County Connector Passes can be purchased through the Umo app, at Customer Service, at 600 County Shop Lane in Burlington, or through the mail.
Skagit-Whatcom Day Pass (1-Day)
Riders with this pass can take unlimited rides on the 80X (Mt. Vernon to Bellingham) and all local Skagit Transit and WTA routes for $6 ($3 Youth or Reduced Fare Riders).
Umo Electronic Fare System
Skagit Transit has introduced the TouchPass fare system. This is an electronic fare system that allows you to purchase your rides and passes from anywhere. It is a "contactless" fare system that reduces your risk of COVID-19 exposure. We highly recommend using this system. Please visit www.skagittransit.org/TP for more details.