Youth Fare-Free Policy
Getting a Youth Pass
Youth passes are available at the following locations during business hours:
City Hall / 190 SE Crestview Street, Building A
Brelsford WSU Visitor Center / 150 E Spring Street
Some tips to help you get your pass free and easy:
- The child must be present when requesting a youth pass.
- Middle school and High school students will need a youth pass to ride for free; school ID cards will not be accepted. When requesting a youth pass, please show a valid school ID card or proof of birthdate (e.g. state ID, driver's license).
- Pullman High School students can also request a free youth pass at the PHS front office.
We hope to see you riding Pullman Transit soon!
Requesting a Youth Pass
No, youth passes are free for eligible individuals.
Maybe. It's best to come prepared with a high school ID card, driver’s license, or other proof of birthdate. Youth appearing to meet the age requirement will not be asked for further documentation.
No, the child must be present when requesting a youth pass. High school students can provide proof of eligibility with a valid high school ID card or other proof of birthdate.
Yes, eligible youth may request a new pass each year to continue enjoying the fare-free service.
Absolutely! Eligible youth who qualify can take advantage of Pullman Transit's door-to-door service at no cost. Visit the Dial-A-Ride page to learn more and apply.
Using a Youth Pass to Ride the Bus
No, only youth passes are accepted methods under the fare-free youth policy.
Youth unable to show a valid pass will be asked to pay bus fare. Please always carry your pass.
No, parents/guardians are still expected to pay bus fare or show a pass, even when riding with youth.