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Can anyone provide a rational explanation why the DDOT buses don't sell passes that aren't weekly/monthly/etc? Do they not have card readers, like SMART? I think the ability to purchase such a pass would make the bus system friendlier. Also, why are there not maps of the bus system on in the bus stop?

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They do:

DDOT Monthly GoPass Fare: $47.00

DDOT Bi-Weekly GoPass Fare: $27.50

DDOT Weekly GoPass Far:e $14.40

DDOT/SMART Regional Monthly Pass Fare remains unchanged: $49.50

Student Fare (w/DDOT student ID card): $0.75

You can by them at these places:

DDOT Administrative Office, 1301 E. Warren

(M, W & F: 8:15 am - 3:45 pm)

(T & Th: 8:15 am - 6 pm)

Coolidge Terminal, 14044 Schaefer

(M - F & Sat, 10 am - 5 pm)

Gilbert Terminal, 5600 Wabash

(M - F & Sat, 10 am - 5 pm)

Shoemaker Terminal, 5149 St. Jean

LOCATION TEMPORARILY CLOSED

(M - F & Sat, 10 am - 5 pm)

Cash Point Check Cashing Inc.

(11935 E. Warren (at Conner))

(M - F, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.)

(Sat., 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)

Capitol Park (The Smoke Shop)

(M - Sat: 8 am - 8pm, Sun 10am - 5pm)

Cadillac Square (Cadillac Tower Lobby Shoppe)

(M - F: 7am - 6pm)

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They do:

DDOT Monthly GoPass Fare: $47.00

DDOT Bi-Weekly GoPass Fare: $27.50

DDOT Weekly GoPass Far:e $14.40

DDOT/SMART Regional Monthly Pass Fare remains unchanged: $49.50

Student Fare (w/DDOT student ID card): $0.75

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I asked why they sell one's that AREN'T monthly/weekly. I know they sell those passes, but SMART sells bus passes that have a certain value. DDOT doesn't.

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I asked why they sell one's that AREN'T monthly/weekly. I know they sell those passes, but SMART sells bus passes that have a certain value. DDOT doesn't.

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Well, from my experience the only option you will have is buying a monthly "regional pass" from SMART locations. Due to an agreement with DDOT, both the suburbs and Detroit honor them. My information is current as of May this year, other than that blame the problem with transit on city government and the awful way it runs service. The cost? 50 dollars!

Peace from DetroitBazaar

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