Youth Tickets and Passes
Reduced fares are available to youth ages 7–17 and students in high school (grades 9–12) or pursuing a GED.
- Valid for unlimited rides on buses, MAX Light Rail, WES Commuter Rail and Portland Streetcar.
- Valid for travel anywhere TriMet goes.
- Select “Youth” when purchasing your fare.
- Children 6 and under ride for free with a paying passenger.
Proof of eligibility required
Students in grades 9–12 (or pursuing a GED) and youth ages 15–17 must show proof of age or student status when boarding a bus or when requested by a fare inspector.
Note: A TriMet-issued ID card is required to prove GED student status. Contact your GED program administrator for more information.
Portland Public Schools High School Student Pass
High school students in the Portland Public School District can ride TriMet for free during the school year by showing their student ID.
Unlike other school districts, Portland Public Schools does not provide regular yellow school bus service. The Student Pass program is a partnership between TriMet, the school district and the City of Portland. Student Passes are valid on TriMet through June 27, 2017.
Note: The Portland Public Schools Student Pass is not valid on C-TRAN.
You may be eligible for a free or discounted transit pass from your college/university. Check with your school's transportation coordinator to see if they provide this student benefit.