Reduced Fare Program for Seniors, Persons with Disabilities and Medicare Card Holders
Suffolk County Transit (SCT) Service
Transit Information Services
Suffolk County Links for Seniors, Persons with Disabilities and Medicare Card Holders
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information on transportation services and conditions throughout New York State.
This information is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Regular - $1.50
Student - $1.00 (High School/College ID required. Between 14 to 22 years old.)
Children under 5 years old Ride Free (Limit 3 children when accompanied by adult)
Seniors, Persons with Disabilities and Medicare Card Holders - 50 cents
Personal Care Attendants Free (when traveling with handicapped passengers)
Available on request when paying fare.
Good for two (2) connecting buses.
Valid for two (2) hours from time received.
Not valid for return trip.
Special restrictions may apply (see transfer).
Have exact fare ready; Driver cannot handle money.
Passengers must deposit their own fare.
Arrive earlier than scheduled departure time.
Tell driver your destination.
ST Drivers are required to announce Major Bus Stop locations.
Smoking, Drinking, Eating and playing of radios is prohibited on buses.
Persons with valid, municipally issued cards identifying them as at least 60 years old or mentally or physically
handicapped may ride for the reduced, one-way fare. A valid Medicare Card is also accepted as ID.
Persons must display their ID card to the driver when paying the fare to ride at the reduced rate.
For ID Information:
Seniors ID: Call 631. 853.8200
Handicapped ID: Call 631. 853.8333
Hearing Impaired TTY: Call 631. 853.5658
Monday through Saturday
No service Sunday, New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day or Christmas.
Persons With Disabilities
Upon request, drivers will assist wheelchair passengers while boarding and leaving lift and
with use of securement device. Use of wheelchair lifts also available to passengers using walkers,
canes, braces or who are otherwise mobility-impaired.
Persons traveling with respirator or portable oxygen supply are permitted to ride SCT buses.
Service animals to accompany disabled passengers are also permitted.
QUESTIONS? SUGGESTIONS? COMPLAINTS?
Call the Suffolk Transit Information Service at 631.852.5200 Monday to Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
Paratransit Bus Service is available to ADA eligible passengers.
To read more information about this program, click here SCAT Service.
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Human Rights Commission for Civil Rights Complaints 631.853.5480
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