Bus Pass Sales & Trip Planning

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Bus Pass Subsidy Program

In order to encourage the use and affordability of public transportation, the Transportation Division offers five bus passes with a seven dollar ($7) subsidy.  The subsidized passes include two (2) Metro 30-day Local passes and three (3) Foothill Transit 31-day Local passes.  In order to take advantage of the subsidy, purchasers must be a Glendora resident.  When purchasing a subsidized pass, the Transportation Division will require two forms of proof, such as a California ID and a utility bill, to verify Glendora residency.

Bus Pass Sales

Bus passes are sold seven days a week during regular operating hours.  For reduced rate passes such as Senior/Disabled and Student, a reduced rate TAP Card must be obtained before our office can sell or load a pass.  You can apply for a reduced rate TAP Card in person at the Foothill Transit Office located at 100 S. Vincent, West Covina, CA 91791 or you can visit Metro Online to print and mail in your application.  Please contact us at (626) 914-8233 with any questions!

Reduced Rate TAP Card Applications can now be completed online!  Visit www.taptogo.net to create your account and submit your application today!


Regional Transportation Information


Metrolink is governed by the Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA), a joint powers authority comprised of  five county agencies that were tasked with reducing highway congestion and improving mobility throughout Southern California. 


Foothill Transit, a joint powers authority of 22 member cities in the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys, was created to provide better public transportation options for the community while reducing costs and improving local control.


Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is responsible for the continuous improvement of an efficient and effective transportation system for Los Angeles County.


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