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S-Pass MTA Student Transit Pass

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Introducing the MTA Student Transit S-Pass - Exactly what you asked for!

Using your MTA Student Transit S-Pass is easy! Just slide it through the farebox on any MTA Local Bus, insert it in the Metro Subway faregate or present it to a Light Rail Fare Inspector when requested, when you’re on your way to or from school. MTA Student S-Pass is only available to students of Baltimore City Schools. 

How to use your S-Pass

  • Only use your MTA Student Transit S-Pass weekdays between 6 a.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Protect your S-Pass just like you would with cash. It’s valuable!
  • Be careful not to bend or damage your pass. Only YOU can use your MTA Student Transit S-Pass. Don’t give or lend it to anyone.
  • Contact your school principal’s office if your S-Pass is lost or damaged.
  • Remember, always have your school identification available to show when requested by an MTA official.

With S-Pass, you're on your way - quickly, easily and more conveniently than ever. 

Download the S-Pass Brochure!

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