Single trip Disabled/Senior
25 trip passenger Disabled/Senior punch card $23.00
Single trip Car
& Driver or passenger tickets are available at the Anacortes terminal
office proir to salings.
In order to receive
the discounted Disabled/Senior rates, user must provide one of the
following types of eligibility verification:
1. Copy of current
eligibility by the Veteran's Administration of having at least a 40%
2. Regional ADA Paratransit card issued by a Regional Transit Authority.
3. Regional Reduced Fare Permit issued by a Regional Transit Authority*.
4. State of Washington issued Disabled Parking ID card, with photo
5. Obvious disability. (i.e. wheelchair)
6. A completed Health Care Provider's Certificate of Eligibility on
file. (Form can be provided to doctor by the County) This eligibility
is good for one year unless the doctor certifies that the condition
a Regional Reduced Fare Permit (RRFP)?
A Regional Reduced Fare Permit (RRFP) is a card that allows seniors
65 and older or disabled persons to pay reduced fare on most Puget
Sound area transit systems and the WA State Ferries.
How do I
get a RRFP?
RRFPs can be obtained by filling out an application with your doctor
and submitting it to Skagit Transit Customer Service Center located
in Skagit Station on Kincaid Street in Mount Vernon. Costs are $3.
If you are a senior 65 and older, you just show your ID and pay $3
at the Customer Service Center.
- Over 65 years old
1. Driver's License
3. Other picture I.D. showing birth date.
In all other cases,
proof of eligibility will need to be shown each time a ticket is purchased
and/or used to insure that only those eligible for the discount are
receiving it. Persons wishing to file a Health Care Provider's Certificate
of Eligibility at the Public Works Main Office will be issued an ID
card that can be used for proof of eligibility. A Puget Sound Regional
Disability ID card, which can be purchased for $3 from Skagit Transit
at their office located in Skagit Station on Kincaid Street in Mount
Vernon, may also be used for proof of eligibility.
License plates and/or
handicapped placards do not provide the proof that the driver of a vehicle
is disabled and will not be accepted.
the Senior/Disabled Application Packet (Pdf)