How much does it cost to ride the bus?

Regular fare is $1.25. The elderly with HPTS, GTA, and WSTA reduced fare identification cards, or a picture ID with a birth date verifying that you are 60 or older, the disabled with HPTS, GTA, or WSTA reduced fare identification cards, and Medicare Card holders ride for 60 cents. Transfers are free. Children under 43" in height ride free (limit 3 per paying adult).

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1. How much does it cost to ride the bus?
2. Will the driver make change if I don't have the exact fare?
3. Other than cash fare, how can I pay the bus fare?
4. When do the buses run?
5. What time is the earliest bus?
6. Where can I catch the bus?
7. Do the buses run on holidays?
8. I lost an item on the bus. How can I get it back?
9. Where is the Transit terminal?
10. Where can I get a bus schedule?
11. How do I let the bus operator know that I wish to get off?
12. I have looked at the schedule and realize that the bus I catch does not take me to my destination, but there is another bus that will. Do I have to pay a second fare?
13. What happens if I miss my transfer?
14. How do I know what route the bus is traveling?
15. How can I make suggestions or comments about the operators and/or service?
16. The buses do not start early enough or do not end late enough for my needs. What other transportation options are there?
17. Are High Point Transit System buses accessible to individuals with disabilities?
18. I am disabled and unable to ride the bus. What other transportation options are available to me?
19. I have never ridden the bus before. Is there someone who can help me understand the schedules and the routes?
20. How can I fill out an application to become an operator?
21. Will High Point Transit System do special charters for groups?
22. Who are local charter providers?