Use your Long Beach Transit Day Pass to transfer between LBT buses. No other available transfer is valid between
When you need to transfer from Long Beach Transit to another bus agency, or from the bus to the light
rail train to complete your one-way trip, you can save money when you buy a ticket called an
Interagency Transfer. Interagency Transfers are bought when you pay your fare. They have time
limitations and are designed to allow you to catch the next connecting bus or train.
Transfers cannot be used for reverse direction connections.
The Interagency Transfer
The Interagency Transfer will be issued for 50 cents upon receipt of cash fare,
a 25-Ride Pass, a Metro token, monthly pass, a Day Pass or
Interagency Transfers are not sold to passengers who ride free; for example, wheelchair
riders or the blind.
The Interagency Transfer is valid on Metro, OCTA, LADOT, Norwalk Transit, Torrance Transit, Carson
Circuit, Gardena Bus Lines, Montebello Bus Lines, Santa Monica Bus Line, Foothill Transit, The
Bellflower Bus, Paramount Shuttle and the Metro Light Rail Lines.
Interagency Transfers issued by the above transit carriers are accepted on Long Beach Transit
buses as long as the time, date and direction of travel (one-way) are valid.
Interagency Transfers issued by Long Beach Transit are not valid for use as a transfer to another Long Beach Transit bus.
Please do not put the Interagency Transfer in the farebox! Give the Interagency Transfer to the bus driver.
For more information on transfer policies or fares, call our friendly transit advisors at (562) 591-2301
for fast help 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday.
Other Transit Agency Fare Valid on LBT
The following fares are valid for one ride on Long Beach Transit buses:
- Metro tokens
- Valid Metro Monthly Pass with a Metro to Muni transfer ticket
- Valid Metro rail ticket with a Metro to Muni transfer ticket
- OCTA Daily Pass from transfer locations to LBT only