Long Beach Transit is currently not collecting fare, but fare collection is expected to return Summer 2021. Customers will be given around 30-days’ notice before fare collection resumes. Make sure you’re signed up for Hello LBT to get the latest information on LBT services.
How to Pay
You can pay your single trip fare using exact change ($1.25) or a Transit Access Pass (TAP card).
Due to the COVID pandemic, LBT has suspended the LBT Mobile Ticket App.
Regular LBT Fares and Passes
|Children (0-4 years)||Free|
|Student 30-Day pass||$40|
Senior and Disabled Discounted LBT Fares and Passes
|Senior (62 years & older)||$0.60|
|Customers with Disabilities||$0.60|
|Senior/Disabled Day Pass||$2.50|
|Senior/Disabled 5-Day Pass||$9|
|Senior/Disabled 30-Day Pass||$24|
How do I get a TAP card?
There are many options to buy and load TAP cards with stored value (money loaded on your TAP card).
- In person at LBT’s Transit & Visitor Information Center or one of the many other TAP retail locations.
- Online at taptogo.net
- By phone at 866.TAPTOGO (1.866.827.8646), Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
TAP cards can be used at any of the 26 TAP-participating transit systems throughout LA County.
Discounted Transit Passes
|20 Free Rides||Loaded on TAP Card|
|Discounted 30-Day Pass||$41|
|Discounted Senior Pass||$16|
|Discounted Student (K-12) Pass||$30|
|Discounted College or Vocational Pass||$27|
EZ Transit Pass
The EZ Transit Pass is accepted by public transit agencies throughout LA County. For more information on the EZ Transit Pass, please click here.
|EZ Transit 30-Day Pass||$110|
|EZ Transit Pass||$42|
Visit our students page to learn more information on passes available for students.
Seniors who are 62 years and older qualify for a reduced fare TAP Card for seniors.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our Transit and Visitor Information Center is currently not accepting in person applications.
To apply online, visit taptogo.net.
To apply in person or mail your application in, download the form here.
Visit our seniors page to learn more information on passes available for seniors.
Access Services Customers
Passengers with an LA County Access Services ID card ride for free on Long Beach Transit buses. Just tap your card when you board.
Please note: personal care attendants must pay full fare. The OCTA Access Services program is not affiliated with the LA County program.
Transfers between LA County transit agencies are exclusively on TAP using Stored Value. Your transfer will be valid for 2.5 hours from the first trip of your journey during which time any subsequent trips will have your transfer fare calculated automatically when tapping.
OCTA does not issue Interagency Transfers but accepts LBT’s Interagency Transfers as long as the time, date and direction of travel (one-way) are valid. An Interagency Transfer is issued for 50¢ upon receipt of adequate cash fare or a valid pass. Only one Interagency Transfer is issued per each paid fare to complete a one-way trip.
LBT accepts OCTA’s Day Passes for one ride at the point of connection in lieu of an Interagency Transfer. No other OCTA fare media will be accepted.
Please call LBT’s Customer Service department at 562.591.2301 for more information.