How to Transfer
You can transfer from one route to another at any point where the two routes intersect. If you find it necessary to use more than one route to get to your destination, you will need to transfer at some point to another route. Slips of paper called transfers are given to passengers to allow them to complete their trip on another route. Transfers allow you to board a bus on a connection route — not to return to where you started.
- Route number: Number of the route from which the transfer is issued.
- Letter of the day: This letter changes every day so the driver knows if the transfer is current.
- Direction of travel: Arrow indicates the direction the bus is traveling when you receive your transfer.
- Time of issue: This is the last time appearing before transfer is cut. Transfers are cut for the time the bus reached downtown or the end of the line.
- Transfers are free.
- Ask for a transfer when you pay your fare on the first bus.
- Your fare on the connecting bus is the transfer. Simply hand it to the driver.
- Transfers are valid for two hours after the time shown on the transfers, or until your next connecting bus.
- Stopover transfers can be requested if you wish to get off the bus to run an errand. You may continue on the same route going in the same direction. The same transfer rules above apply to stopover transfers.
- Route 60 – No special transfer exception. Can go bidirectional.