WHILE ON BOARD Please observe the following passenger policies: • Passengers must pay the fare upon boarding the bus. Exact change, valid voucher, or 12 ride pass is required. • For the comfort of all passengers, smoking, vaping, eating, drinking, spitting, chewing and using illegal substances on buses are prohibited. • Passengers are responsible for taking all litter with them when they leave the bus. • Passengers must use headphones or earphones while playing radios or other sound-producing devices; these devices must be inaudible to other passengers and the driver. • Passengers should not talk to the driver while the bus is in motion. • Passengers may not threaten or harass any other passenger or the driver. • Passengers may not engage in any behavior that may result in the distraction of the driver. • A passenger whose personal hygiene is offensive to other passengers or jeopardizes the health of other passengers or a driver may be refused services. Passengers must be fully clothed. Harford Transit LINK may refuse service to passengers without shoes or appropriate attire. • A driver may refuse to transport a passenger who appears to be under the influence of alcohol, illegal or dangerous substances, or whose behavior or language appears abusive, offensive, disorderly or dangerous to himself or herself, the driver, or other passengers. • Passengers may not bring the following items onboard: weapons of any kind, including firearms, explosives, acids, or other dangerous articles or substances; bicycles; animals other than service animals; open food or beverages of any kind. • A passenger’s belongings shall not obstruct aisles or interfere with entrance or exit of other passengers. All packages, bags, strollers, etc. must be stored or held so they do not obstruct or interfere with other passengers. If a passenger places his/her belongings on a seat, he/ she must pay an additional general passenger fare for use of the seat. • Harford Transit LINK requires that all passengers wear seat belts in buses equipped with them. Persons using wheelchairs should be secured to their chairs in addition to having their wheelchairs secured to the bus. The driver will provide assistance in fastening seat belts upon request. • Harford Transit LINK is not responsible for any potential injuries if an incident occurs and a passenger is not wearing a provided seat belt.
LEGAL AUTHORITY Harford Transit LINK provides scheduled bus route services for the public in accordance with Federal, State of Maryland, and Harford County laws, regulations and policies. Regulatory authority includes regulations of the Federal Transit Administration, and the Maryland Transit Administration. Harford Transit LINK provides paratransit or origin-to-destination (curb-to-curb) services for persons over the age of 60 and persons under 60 with disabilities in accordance with Federal and State laws and regulations, including applicable sections of the Americans with Disabilities Act. HELPFUL NUMBERS MARC Train: 800-325-7245 MTA Commuter (Academy Bus Lines): 410-391-8700 Greyhound: 800-231-2222 | Cecil Transit: 410-658-5574 Harford Commute Smart: harfordcountymd.gov/commuter email@example.com TITLE VI OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 Harford Transit LINK assures full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes and regulations in all programs and activities. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act requires that no person in the United States shall, on the grounds of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity of Harford Transit LINK. Related nondiscrimination statutes also prohibit discrimination based on sex, age, and disability. If you have any questions, concerns, complaints or would like additional information regarding Title VI, please contact the Harford County Human Relations Office: 410-638-4739.
FARE POLICY All fares listed below are one way. No pennies accepted. Drivers cannot make change. Go cashless and contact-free! Download the free Token Transit app to purchase and store bus passes on your phone. FIXED ROUTE SERVICE General Public
RIDE GUIDE Harford Transit LINK
Persons age 60 and over (with a Medicare card or other ID indicating age) Persons with Disabilities (who have a Harford Transit reduced-fare card or ADA certification)
Children under 46 inches in height
DEMAND RESPONSE & ADA PARATRANSIT SERVICE Demand Response Service Fares (Including ADA Paratransit Service Fares) $2.00 Seniors traveling only to or from Harford County Senior Activity Centers $1.00 Demand Response/ADA Paratransit Vouchers are NON-REFUNDABLE and valid though expiration date.
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TOKEN TRANSIT PASSES All-Day General Public Pass All-Day Senior/Disabled Pass 5-Day General Public Pass 5-Day Senior/Disabled Pass Monthly General Public Pass
Updated December 2022
Monthly Senior/Disabled Pass $25.00 **unlimited daily rides - no transfer needed. No expiration date on Token Transit Passes until activated. Once activated, 5-Day Passes must be used in five consecutive weekdays. ** S eniors are persons age 60 and over - documented by a Medicare card or other ID indicating age. Disabled rate requires a Harford Transit reduced-fare card or ADA certification - application available on our website under “Forms.” Enjoy unlimited rides with the All-Day/5-Day/ Monthly Passes. All users must share location while in-app.
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ROBERT G. CASSILLY COUNTY EXECUTIVE
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