In September, we raised fares and switched from a zone system to simpler “go-anywhere fares.” As a result, 1-Zone and 2-Zone tickets are no longer valid without an upgrade. And, back in May, we stopped accepting non-foil tickets (those without a shiny foil strip) on board.
These older-style tickets are being phased out. You can still exchange or upgrade your leftover tickets, but only through December 31, 2012. Don’t get stuck with tickets you can’t use!
- 1-Zone and 2-Zone tickets: Through December 31, you can upgrade your unused 1-Zone and 2-Zone tickets to a go-anywhere (formerly All-Zone) fare for 40 cents, either on the bus or at the TriMet Ticket Office at Pioneer Courthouse Square.
- Non-foil tickets: December 31 is also the deadline for trading in any unused non-foil tickets (older tickets without a shiny foil strip). We no longer accept them on board, but you can stop by the TriMet Ticket Office to exchange them.
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