Seattle Public Schools

Student ORCA Cards

Summary: Current student ORCA cards will be their new free youth transit pass, which will provide free transit rides for people under 19.

Students Keep ORCA Cards

Current ORCA cards for SPS students will be their new free youth transit pass! Students should keep their card through the summer and use it next fall! Student ORCA cards will still work beyond the expiration date.

King County Council approved a plan that will allow young people under age 19 to ride transit at no cost starting this summer. Read more on the King County website.


Photo by Oran Viriyincy on Flickr

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