Fixed Route Fare Structure
Please bring exact change. Our drivers cannot make change. Dollar bills are accepted in the fare box.
|Seniors & Disabled||.75¢|
|Two children, five years or younger, free with one paying adult. Transfers are free with paid fare.|
Ride as often and as much as you want for the designated month!
|Students/Estudiantes (age 18 & under plus SRJC students w/ID)||$20.00 BUY|
|Seniors & Disabled (65+ and Disabled w/RTC card)||$15.00 BUY|
Summer Youth Pass (July 1 – September 30)
|Summer Youth Pass/ Pase de Verano Para Jovenes||$20.00 BUY|
Quarterly Pass for Students
|Quarterly Pass / Pase de Tres Meses||$40.00 BUY|
|Reduced Quarterly Pass* / Pase reducido de Tres Meses**||$20.00|
|*Reduced Quarterly Passes are available to students registered for the Free and Reduced Lunch Program at select Junior and High schools.
**El pase reducido de tres meses solo está disponible para los estudiantes registrados en el programa de almuerzo gratuito o a precio reducido en selectas esquelas secundarias.
Bus Pass Outlets (Map)
- Transit Office, 555 N McDowell Blvd.
- City Hall – Finance Department, 11 English St.
- Luchessi Community Center, 320 N. McDowell Blvd.
- Petaluma Health Center, 1179 N McDowell Blvd.
- Mail Depot, 40 4th Street (4th and C)
- Lolita’s Market, 451 Lakeville Street
- Santa Rosa Jr. College (Petaluma Campus) Bookstore, 680 Sonoma Mtn. Parkway
- Petaluma High School, 201 Fair Street (students only)
- Kenilworth Jr. High School, 800 Riesling Rd. (students only)
- Petaluma Jr. High School, 700 Bantam Way (students only)
- Casa Grande High School, 333 Casa Grande Rd. (students only)
You can now use Clipper on all Petaluma Transit buses.
Clipper automatically figures out the cost of your ride, including all discounts and transfers. For more information, please go to Clipper.
Regional Transit Connection (RTC) Discount ID Card
The Regional Transit Connection (RTC) Discount ID Card is available to persons with qualifying disabilities. You may use the card as proof of eligibility to receive discount fares on fixed-route, rail and ferry systems throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. The RTC Program does not apply to paratransit services.
Applications are accepted at Petaluma Transit and then forwarded to a central office where applications are reviewed, information is verified and an eligibility determination is made. An RTC Discount ID Card will be mailed to eligible applicants within 21 days.
More information and applications can be found here.
Transfer tickets are issued when a fare is paid (cash), are valid on any Petaluma Transit bus for 2 hours in any direction of travel, and are non-transferable. Petaluma Transit (PT), Golden Gate Transit (GGT), and Sonoma County Transit (SCT) accept valid transfer tickets. Those transferring to and/or from SMART to Petaluma Transit will automatically receive the transfer credit via Clipper.
Transfer to PT from GGT/SCT/SMART
Adult $1.50, Student $1.00, Senior/Disabled 75¢
Transfer to GGT/SMART from PT
Adult $1.50, Student $1.00, Senior/Disabled 75¢
Transfer to SCT from PT
Adult $1.50, Student $1.25, Senior/Disabled 75¢
We ask that groups of 10 or more individuals planning to ride Petaluma Transit please provide us with a courtesy call 48 hours in advance to help us plan your trip, especially during peak travel times.
A class pass is a program available to schools, clubs, and other non-profit organizations that allows youth/students (5-18 years old) to travel free of charge on Petaluma Transit. The adults in this group are responsible for paying the regular adult fare ($1.50) per trip. We require any group(s) planning to utilize the class pass program on Petaluma Transit to please notify our dispatch office 48 hours in advance at 707-778-4460. This will help us plan your trip, especially during peak travel times. Also, keep in mind the class pass is used on regular fixed route transit and the group must board and exit the bus together.
A transit buddy is someone who travel trains with individuals on Petaluma Transit. The transit buddy’s client pays the appropriate fare and the transit buddy rides free when they present their Petaluma Transit Buddy Pass (each pass has the trainer’s name, picture, and expiration date).
Personal Care Attendant
A personal care attendant is an individual who provides assistance to the passenger with daily life functions and may provide assistance during the ride or at the destination. If you need assistance to travel, riding with a personal attendant is strongly encouraged. A personal care attendant is not required to pay his/her fare and must be picked up and dropped off at the same locations as the passenger.
Find out information about Paratransit fares here.
Call 707-778-4460 for more information.