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San Ramon Free Student Transit Ticket Program

San Ramon Free Student Transit Ticket Program

The San Ramon Free Student Transit Ticket Program is Back.

Thank you to 511 Southwest Contra Costa County and the initiative to reduce air pollution for bringing back the San Ramon Student Free Transit Ticket Program.  Thanks to the program students are eligible for free public transit tickets for the school year of 2018-2019.

The San Ramon Free Student Transit Ticket Program was developed to help promote the use of students taking public transit to school.  The transit program is a great alternative to driving to school.   Fewer cars on the streets mean less pollution.  The transit system is also helpful for busy parents who may not be available to get their kids to school and bus stops are conveniently situated throughout the city of San Ramon.  If you are a student who needs a ride on public transportation, this program is great for you!  If you are a parent that needs support in getting your child to school, the transit program is great for you, too!

Each student is eligible to receive two (2) 12-ride County Connection transit tickets per school year.  Please call (925) 973-2650 if you have any questions or need additional information.

Meanwhile, if you are interested in this program, just fill out and submit the attached form at  SR Student Transit Ticket Form

We are lucky to live in a city that promotes public transportation to reduce air pollution.  Thank you County Connection and 511 Southwest Contra Costa County.

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