How do I pay for my ride? Is there a coin box?
You can pay for your ride using cash, a multi-ride bus pass or a monthly bus pass. There is a fare box located at the front of the bus for cash fares. Please be sure to have exact fare because bus drivers do not have change. The use of multi-ride passes and monthly passes eliminates the need to worry about having the exact fare.

If you are using a multi-ride pass present your pass to the driver and he/she will punch out a trip. The multi-ride passes are good for either 6 rides or 11 rides. If you have a monthly pass, show the driver the front of the pass as you board so the driver can verify that it is for the correct month. Monthly passes need to be signed on the back of the pass.

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1. How much does a ride cost?
2. How do I know if the bus is going where I want to go?
3. How do I know if the bus is going to stop at a certain place?
4. Where can I catch a bus?
5. Does the bus go to SeniorsPlus (8 Falcon Road, Lewiston)?
6. Where can I buy a pass?
7. Can I catch the bus in front of my house?
8. Is there a free shuttle?
9. What do the routes and colors mean?
10. Is there a senior citizen discount?
11. Are there bus passes?
12. Can anyone buy a pass?
13. How do I pay for my ride? Is there a coin box?
14. How many bags (grocery, Walmart, etc.) can I carry onto the bus?
15. I can’t climb stairs; I use a walker – is there a way for me to get on/off the bus?
16. Does the bus run 7 days a week?
17. Does the bus run on holidays?
18. Does the bus run during bad weather?
19. Is there a restroom on the bus?
20. If I need assistance getting on/off the bus (up/down the steps), will someone help me?