National Dump the Pump Day, June 20th

Ride Free on RTA Buses, June 20, 2024


Seniors, 60 years and older, can ride for free (regular bus route service only)

A valid government ID, such as a State Driver's License, State ID, Passport, Medicare Card or RTA Certified FREE Ride Card (apply below) is required.


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$3,000 signing bonus available for all new hires!*
Hiring Full- and Part-time Bus Drivers


HCPSS Middle and High School Students Ride Free

More than 30,000 students can now ride the RTA system fare-free, and more than 10,000 students can access a stop within a quarter-mile of their school.


RTA bus passes now on Transit app

Plan your trip, track your ride, and now, pay your fare!


Help us improve the RTA!

Share your ideas with RTA staff at a Riders’ Advisory Council meeting.

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Effective: August 24, 2018 at 11:00 p.m., Real Time Data on our Mobile App; RouteShout 2.0 and our website feed…
August 24, 2018

Schedules & Map

**Real Time predictability data is currently not available on all routes. The RTA is working on an improved GPS/Real Time tracking system which will be available shortly.

Buy A Ticket

Get your tickets here. Monthly passes and tickets are also available at the Regional Transportation Agency (RTA) located at 8510 Corridor Road, Suite 110, Savage, Maryland 20763 (RTA Route 409/Purple).

RTA Mobility

RTA currently offers curb-to curb, shared ride paratransit services to older riders and riders with disabilities that meet eligibility requirements.

More About Us

The Regional Transportation Agency of Central Maryland (RTA) is an organization made up multiple jurisdictions to establish a more effective and efficient public transportation system across Central Maryland.