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. When you board the bus for the first time, you will notify the driver that you want a 1-Day Pass. He will push the appropriate button and then notify you that you can now insert your money. Within seconds, a 1-Day pass will appear at the top of the fare box for you to take. When it is time for you to get on the second bus, you will swipe the card along the magnetic reader located at the top right corner of the fare box. You will do this each time you need to ride that day.
31-Day Passes: Good for unlimited rides for 31 consecutive days. The first time you use a 31-Day Pass, remember to first dunk it in the slot on the top left of the fare box with the front of the pass facing you, to activate it. From that point on, the card is swiped when boarding. The fare box will print the dates the pass is valid so you will know when it is time to purchase a new one. You also have the option of purchasing a 31-Day Pass on the bus. You will need to notify the driver of your intent prior to inserting your money.
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 in a fare machine. County Connector Passes can be purchased on the bus, at Skagit Station, 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). This pass is not valid on the Route 90X to Everett.