|Seniors (62+) – with TRPTA ID
(Seniors 62+ ride for FREE while EICAP/Area Agency on Aging Funding Lasts)
|Students (18+) – Student Picture ID Required||$0.75/ride|
|Half-Fare – TRPTA ADA Picture ID Required||$0.75/ride|
|Children 5 years and under – Must be accompanied by party 12 years or older.||FREE|
|10-Ride Punch Card (General Public)||$17.50|
|10-Ride Punch Card (Seniors, Students, Disabled)||$7.50|
Passes and Punch Cards are available (cash or money order) from drivers at anytime. Drivers cannot make change. Passes may be purchased by mail by sending a check to the Bookkeeper at the Administrative Office. An additional $3.00 will be charged as an administration cost for processing and mailing.
People requiring a picture ID should contact Paratransit Eligibility Specialist at 208-529-1489, ext 118 or 119.
Complimentary Paratransit: $3.50
Complimentary Paratransit Service is origin-to-destination service for eligible individuals who are within the paratransit boundaries 3/4 mile around a fixed route bus stop. Paratransit rides must be scheduled the prior day by 4:00 p.m. The cost is $3.50 each way. In order to determine eligibility, you must call the Paratransit Eligibility Specialist at 208-529-1489, ext 118 or 119 to get an application and to make an appointment. The eligibility process and application is free.
See Complimentary Paratransit Application. Paratransit Application
Demand Response Service: $6.00
All one-way trips OUTSIDE the Paratransit Service area to any point within the Bonneville County urban service area, or between Paratransit Service Area and outside Paratransit Service Area. There are no reduced fares for seniors, students, or persons with ADA qualifying disabilities using the Paratransit system or the Demand-Response system. Contact dispatch for additional information.
How To Ride Fixed Routes
Riding TRPTA is easy and convenient! Just follow these simple steps.
- ARRIVE at the bus stop several minutes early as bus will not wait for you.
- A colored dot on the bus stop sign indicates the route(s) served at the stop.
- Be Patient. The bus may be late due to weather, stop lights, or boarding a
person with special needs but will not leave before the scheduled time.
- If you need help in boarding, ask the Driver for assistance including using the lift even if you are not in a wheelchair /mobility device.
- Use punch card or exact fare when boarding. Tell Driver you will be transferring to another bus. Transfers are free.
- When a block or two from your destination stop, pull the signal cord to let driver know your stop. Remain seated until bus comes to a complete stop.
- Open drinking containers are not permitted on bus.
- Lift limit is 800 pounds. For safety, mobility devices must be secured.
- Riders must pay a fare at the transfer stops (Aquatic Center or Grand Teton Mall) when remaining on the same bus they boarded. This is not a transfer.
- FTA regulations encourage riders to give up designated seats for seniors/disabled upon request of driver.
- Riders may not disturb other passengers. Drivers may remove disruptive riders from bus.
- Obey Driver at all times.
Larger animals must be on a leash and under the control of the rider at all times. They are not allowed to bark or bother any other passenger or animal. Owners shall be asked to leave bus at drivers request. Smaller animals must be in a carrying case. Riders are liable for all damages and must clean up any mess made by their animals.
Anyone with a civil rights concern can contact:
TRPTA Civil Rights Officer
1810 W. Broadway
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
208-535-0356, ext. 118
File a Title VI Complaint Form with the:
Federal Transit Administration Office/Civil Rights
Attention: Title VI Program Coordinator
East Building, 5th Floor – TCR
1200 New Jersey Ave., SE,
Washington, DC 20590
Title VI Complaint forms may be obtained by contacting TRPTA’s Civil Rights Office or at the following: