The Statewide Transportation Access Pass program is a reduced-fare program for Massachusetts residents who have a disability and use the public transportation system. This pass allows you to pay a reduced fare on SRTA buses and use other Regional Transit Authorities across the state at a reduced rate.
Who is Eligible?
Access passes are available for older adults and persons with a disability.
The following will qualify you for an access pass:
- Veterans ID from the Department of Veterans Affairs with a disability rating of 70% or greater.
- Medicare card holder.
- Senior ID (60+)
- Certificate of blindness.
- Demand Response certification letter.
- Transportation Access Pass ID from any Regional Transit Authority (RTA) in Massachusetts.
- Letter from agency: DMH, DDS, MRC, or MCB
- RMV Disability Placard
How to Apply
Bring the applicable eligibility documentation to the New Bedford Terminal, the Fall River Terminal, or the SRTA Administrative Office to receive the access pass.
Pictures are taken at the Fall River Terminal, the New Bedford terminal, and at the SRTA Administrative Office during hours of operation.
IDs are $5.00.
*If none of the above documentation is applicable an application needs to be filled out by a physician indicating a disability.*
The application is available online, at both the Fall River and New Bedford Terminal, at the SRTA Administrative Office, and by mail upon request.
You can download the application by clicking on the link below.