Cal Poly Pomona Students Ride For Free on Foothill Transit
Cal Poly Pomona students are eligible to ride Foothill Transit buses for free for the upcoming school year.
The Foothill Transit Class Pass is a two-year pilot program that gives current students unlimited rides on Foothill Transit buses. The Class Pass is loaded onto a TAP card that is accepted on the Local and Silver Streak buses, but not the Commuter Express Lines.
All undergraduate and graduate students enrolled with at least 1 credit unit at Cal Poly Pomona are eligible to get a Class Pass. Continuing Education Unit Online Learning and Certificate enrolled students are not eligible.
Students who want the pass need to go to the Bronco Student Center, Games Room, Etc. (Bldg. 35-1110) at 3801 W Temple Ave, Pomona, CA 91768 and show their student ID. Lost TAP cards can be replaced at the Bronco Student Center for a $10 fee.
The Foothill Transit executive board approved the Class Pass with Cal Poly Pomona during its March 26 meeting. A study was also approved to look at a Mobility Hub, or transit center, on campus.
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