- 1 How do you pay for the Metro bus in Houston?
- 2 Where can I purchase a MetroCard?
- 3 How do you use Metro Q tickets?
- 4 Does Houston Metro bus take cash?
- 5 Can you use your card on the bus?
- 6 Does CVS sell MetroCards?
- 7 What is Fast $9 MetroCard?
- 8 How much is a 7 day unlimited?
- 9 What time does Metro Bus stop running in Houston?
- 10 Where can I buy a Metro day pass in Houston?
- 11 How do I get a Metro Q Card?
- 12 How do I register my Metro Q Card?
- 13 How do you put a metroCARD on your phone?
How do you pay for the Metro bus in Houston?
Metro’s base fare is $1.75. On Metro bus, you can pay cash each time you board (bus operators don’t carry change, so you’ll need exact fare) or buy and add up to $20 to a reusable TAP card.
Where can I purchase a MetroCard?
Where to buy a MetroCard
- At a MetroCard machine in a subway station. These machines are in most subway stations.
- At a station booth. Note: Most station booths are not making transactions because of the coronavirus pandemic.
- Through your employer.
- At mobile sales buses and vans.
- At a local retailer.
How do you use Metro Q tickets?
Open the METRO Q Mobile Ticketing app on your phone, and select the Use ticket icon from the menu. Select any of the tickets listed under Available A window will pop up. Tap the Activate button.
Does Houston Metro bus take cash?
If you need to reload, you can do it at a ticket vending machine on the platform and use a credit card to add money to your Q Card. You can also pay cash or use a credit or debit card to buy a one-use ticket.
Can you use your card on the bus?
Look for the contactless symbol on your credit or debit card to see if your card is contactless enabled. Then, board a bus with the contactless symbol and instead of paying with cash, simply tap your card or contactless-enabled device onto the reader and wait for the beep.
Does CVS sell MetroCards?
CVS Health told Metro they will stop selling and reloading Metro cards in their stores in the D.C. area starting May 31, ending a partnership that has been in place for almost a decade. Metro says the move will hurt people who use Metrobus or don’t often go to Metro stations.
What is Fast $9 MetroCard?
You have the choice between Single Ride, MetroCard and Fast $9 MetroCard. Select Single Ride if you only need one ticket for one trip and pay $3. To purchase a Pay-Per-Ride Card or a 7-Days-Unlimited Card press MetroCard. Select $9 MetroCard, if you want to buy a Pay-Per-Ride Card and you want to get done quick.
How much is a 7 day unlimited?
Unlimited MetroCards You can choose a 7-day unlimited card or a 30-day unlimited. There is a $1 fee when you purchase a card. *Do not throw away your card when it expires, or you will have to pay $1 again for a new card. An unlimited 7-Day MetroCard costs $33.
What time does Metro Bus stop running in Houston?
METRORail hours of operation are 4:30 a.m. to midnight Monday through Thursday, 4:30 a.m. to 2:20 a.m. Friday, 5:30 a.m. to 2:20 a.m. Saturday, and 5:30 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. Sunday.
Where can I buy a Metro day pass in Houston?
A: METRO Day Passes can be purchased at the METRO RideStore located at 1900 Main Street, participating retailers, and the METRO website. Find a list of retailers at RideMETRO.org, or by calling 713.635. 4000.
How do I get a Metro Q Card?
Q: Where can I get a METRO Day Pass? A: METRO Day Passes can be purchased at the METRO RideStore located at 1900 Main St., participating retailers, and the METRO website. Find a list of retailers or call 713-635-4000.
How do I register my Metro Q Card?
Request a Registered METRO Fare Card You can obtain a new full fare METRO Q® Fare Card or METRO Day Pass at any participating METRO retailer. Add value to the card and call METRO Customer Service at 713-635-4000 to register your new full fare METRO Q® Fare Card.
How do you put a metroCARD on your phone?
All riders have to do is hold a contactless bank card (debit, credit or prepaid) or a smartphone mobile wallet up to the new card readers installed at turnstiles to enter the subway system. Other forms of payment are also in the works, including an MTA app and an OMNY card.