Transit and reading go hand in hand, and now more than ever. Starting today, you’ll be able to purchase and load TAP cards at 35 county library locations. For the list of library locations offering TAP cards, visit www.colapublib.org/tap or contact your local library. TAP vendor services will be available during each participating library’s regular hours.
There are now 415 regional locations where TAP cards can be purchased and reloaded. Metro plans to add this service to more county library locations in 2018. Overall, the agency is planning to increase its TAP vendor network over the next three years in an aggressive effort to better meet the needs of countywide transit customers.
The TAP card allows passengers to travel with regional and local transit passes on the 24 transit providers now accepting TAP cards in the county. TAP cards offer a secure way for passengers to electronically pay fares and travel by tapping the card each time a rider boards a bus or train. Benefits of TAP include faster boarding times and the ability to recover balances if a card is lost or stolen.
For a listing of all TAP vendor locations, or to buy/load a TAP card online, visit www.taptogo.net.
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