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1-Day Pass

Convenient and affordable for round trips or all-day travel

A 1-Day Pass lets you travel anywhere in the Portland area on buses, MAX Light Rail, WES Commuter Rail and Portland Streetcar—all day long. You can get a day pass for just twice the cost of a single ticket.

  • Affordable: Adult passes are just $5, and we now offer a day pass option for Honored Citizens ($2) and Youth ($3.30).
  • Convenient: No need to buy multiple tickets: Travel round trip or all day on just one fare.
  • Best value: With unlimited rides, you can go anywhere on TriMet, all day long.

Reduced fares for youth, students, seniors and people with disabilities

Youth ages 7–17, students in high school or pursuing a GED, seniors age 65 or older, Medicare members and people with mental or physical disabilities may qualify for discounted passes. Learn more about reduced fares for Honored Citizens and Youth

How to use it

On the bus: If your pass is already validated (time-stamped), just show it to the operator and have a seat. Do not place validated tickets or passes in the farebox. If your pass has not yet been validated, tell your operator that you have a Day Pass and insert it into the farebox. The operator will give you another ticket/receipt valid for the rest of the service day. Keep this ticket as proof of payment.

On MAX: First, stamp your pass in one of the validators at the MAX station, if it's not already validated. The pass is then valid for the rest of the service day. (1-Day Passes purchased from ticket machines come pre-validated at the time of purchase.) Board MAX and make sure you keep your pass with you in case a fare inspector asks to see proof of payment.

On WES: First, stamp your pass in one of the validators at the MAX station, if it's not already validated. The pass is then valid for the rest of the service day. (1-Day Passes purchased from ticket machines come pre-validated at the time of purchase.) Board WES and have a seat. Be prepared to show the conductor your fare. He/she may check your fare as you board, or after the train leaves the station.

On the Portland Streetcar: Board the Streetcar and stamp your pass in the validator on board, if it's not already validated. Keep your pass with you in case a fare inspector asks to see proof of payment.

Where to buy it