Is the bus accessible for people with disabilities in Pierce County?

Yes. Pierce Transit and Sound Transit buses are accessible for mobility devices, have trained operators ready to assist passengers and allow service animals to board. Additionally there are ramps available for boarding and deboarding, auditory and visual announcements for upcoming stops, and other features available to make bus riding accessible for people with disabilities. You can check out more information on the accessibilities section of the Pierce Transit website and Sound Transit website

Additionally, Pierce Transit and Sound Transit offer paratransit services that mirror availability and service area to that of the bus routes, 1 Line and T Line. These services help folks with disabilities access public transit services. If you are a person with a disability, travel within the same service area as the bus routes or Tacoma Link, and are unable to ride because of conditions in the physical environment or of disability that limit accessibility, check out more information about the paratransit complementary services. You can also call for more information, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., at 1-800-201-4900, TTY Relay 711.

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1. How do I pay for my bus fare?
2. Is the bus accessible for people with disabilities in Pierce County?
3. Are there any safety tips I should be aware of when riding the bus?