There is currently no cash fare collected as most modes are under the Zero-Fare Pilot Program. Job Access requires a monthly pass, and Vanpool/Rideshare services have a separate fare collection process.
Senior / Disabled (with a Reduced Fare Permit)
During the zero-fare pilot the reduced fare permit program has been suspended.
Job Access passes are available for unlimited rides during a calendar month for $12. Passes are available in Walla Walla from our Main Office at 1401 W. Rose Street, the downtown transfer center ticket office, and on Token Transit.
Token Transit is an app that allows a user to use their phone to pay for transit tickets and passes. Download the app at https://www.tokentransit.com/app. For more information contact Valley Transit at 509-525-9140. Prior to purchasing your first Job Access pass on Token Transit you must coordinate with Valley Transit staff to unlock this option in the app for you.
At this time Dial-a-Ride is a zero-fare service.
Special Transportation Needs (STN)
Washington State defines special transportation needs as a person who does not drive because of age, ability or income. At this time a special fare for this demographic has been suspended due to the zero-fare pilot project.
Job Access passes are available for $12 per calendar month and provide people enrolled in the Job Access program with transportation to and from work from 5:00am to 11:30pm.
Due to the zero-fare pilot project the use of tickets and ticket booklets has been suspended.
Valley Transit Gift Certificates are available for purchase and redeemable ONLY at the main office located at 1401 W. Rose Street, Walla Walla, WA 99362. They can be purchased in increments of $10, $12, $15, or $20. Gift certificates EXPIRE ONE YEAR after issue. They can be redeemed for pass or ticket purchases ONLY. Cash or personal checks are accepted; no credit or debit cards please.