How can I qualify for MET Plus?

The MET Plus program is for individuals within 3/4 mile of a fixed-route bus route and whose disabling condition prevents them from using the regular fixed-route bus service. An application form must be completed and submitted to MET Transit. Please note, during the application process, verification from a qualified professional is required to verify disabling conditions. Please click on the following link for additional information.

Certification Process for MET-Plus

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1. Where can I board the bus?
2. Where can I buy a bus pass?
3. How much does it cost to ride the bus?
4. Can the Bus Drivers make change?
5. What are your hours of service?
6. Where are the Transfer Centers located?
7. Are bus to bus transfers free?
8. Are the buses wheelchair accessible?
9. Does the bus go to the Airport?
10. Can I take my bike on the bus?
11. How old do I have to be to receive a senior citizen discount?
12. Is there bus service to Laurel and Lockwood?
13. Where is your office located?
14. How can I qualify for MET Plus?
15. Who determines if I will qualify for MET Plus service?
16. Once I qualify for MET Plus, how do I schedule a ride?
17. What are the hours that I can call to schedule a ride?
18. What hours does MET Plus operate?
19. How much does it cost for a ride on MET Plus?
20. How do I pay for MET-Plus service?
21. If I am certified to ride MET Plus, am I only able to go to and from doctor appointments?