College is better with Class Pass.

Students at Citrus College get UNLIMITED RIDES on Foothill Transit buses all semester long!

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If you’re a student at Citrus College, bring your current ID to the Campus Center to get your Class Pass!
Ross L. Handy Campus Center
1000 W. Foothill Blvd
Glendora, CA 91741
626-852-6444
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WHAT’S A CLASS PASS?

The Class Pass is an electronic fare sticker that gives current students at Citrus College unlimited rides on Foothill Transit buses. It also helps the entire community by reducing traffic and parking congestion around campus. Not bad for a little sticker.

The Class Pass is accepted on all Foothill Transit Local and Silver Streak buses, which connect to 22 different cities throughout the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys, plus downtown Los Angeles. Your Class Pass does not include the Commuter Express Lines 493, 495, 497, 498, 499 and 699.

Your class pass is loaded onto a TAP card that is accepted on 25 transit agencies across LA County. If you want to transfer to another agency, you can load cash value onto your card. Find out how on our TAP page.

HOW DO I GET MY CLASS PASS?

Just bring your current student ID to the Campus Center and ask for your Class Pass.

If you lose your Class Pass, report your lost pass to a cashier at the Owl Bookshop and pay a $10 replacement fee. Bring your receipt to the Campus Center, and you’ll get a new Class Pass on the spot!

Which Bus Lines Serve Citrus College?

Foothill Transit Lines 188, 281, 284, 488, and 690 travel throughout campus, stopping along Citrus Ave, Foothill Blvd, and Barranca Ave – check out the map for locations of stops. Line 690 runs Monday through Friday, while all other lines run seven days a week.

Line 188:

Schedule: buses leave approximately every 15 minutes

Stops include:

  • Montclair Transit Center
  • Claremont Transit Center
  • The Claremont Colleges
  • Azusa Downtown Gold Line Station, where you can make FREE TRANSFERS to Line 187, with stops at:
    • Duarte Bike Trail
    • Santa Anita Mall
    • Pasadena Community College
    • Old Pasadena

Line 281:

Schedule: buses leave approximately every 30 minutes

Stops include:

  • Puente Hills Mall
  • Eastland Center
  • Covina Metrolink Station
  • Azusa Pacific University
  • Plaza West Covina, where you can make FREE TRANSFERS to the Silver Streak, with stops at:
    • Cal State LA
    • USC Medical Center
    • Union Station
    • Downtown LA
    • Staples Center

Line 284:

Schedule: buses leave approximately every 60 minutes

Stops include:

  • Aurora Charter Oak Hospital
  • San Dimas Hospital
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Foothill Presbyterian Hospital
  • Glendora Public Library
  • East Valley Hospital Medical Center
  • Eastland Center

Line 488:

Schedule: buses leave approximately every 30 minutes

Stops include:

  • East Valley Hopspital Medical Center
  • Charter Oak High School
  • YWCA
  • South Hills High School
  • Plaza West Covina
  • West Covina Library
  • West Covina Court House
  • Queen of the Valley Hospital
  • Rio Hondo Bike Path
  • Eastland Center

Line 690:

Schedule: buses leave approximately every fifteen minutes on weekday mornings

Stops include:

  • Montclair Place (Target, Best Buy, etc.
  • Claremont Village
  • YWCA
  • La Verne Library
  • APU/Citrus College Gold Line station
What If I Don’t Know How to Ride the Bus?

  1. 1. Use Google Transit — or the Trip Planner at the top of our website to find out what bus line you need and where your nearest bus stop is located — then check NEXTRIP for real-time updates that show exactly when your bus will arrive.
  2. 2. Go to your bus stop — it’ll be marked with a large sign in Foothill Transit blue and green.
  3. 3. Make sure you board the right bus — when a bus pulls up to the stop, look at its line number and destination on the sign above the windshield.
  4. 4. Pay your fare — just touch your Class Pass to the “TAP” symbol right on the farebox and listen for the beep.
  5. 5. Move as far to the back as you can, and find a seat or hold onto the handrail — please leave seats at the front open for elderly and disabled passengers.
  6. 6. Request a stop — when the bus approaches your stop, pull the cord or press the tape running along the windows, then exit through the doors in the back!

Still have questions? Check out our Bus Basics, call us at 800-RIDE-INFO (743-3463), or visit our full website at foothilltransit.org anytime!

When Can I Use My Class Pass?

If you received your Class Pass in the fall, it’s good through the start of the spring semester. If you received your Class Pass in the spring, it’s good through the end of the summer. If you’re still enrolled in school at the start of the next semester, your Class Pass will automatically reload – but you’ll need to use it at least once within the first two weeks of school starting to keep it active. If you have any issues with your pass, visit the Campus Center.
Where Can I Go with My Class Pass?

Anywhere Foothill Transit goes, you can go too! Buses travel throughout the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys, and even go into downtown Los Angeles. Catch a Silver Streak bus at Plaza West Covina for the perfect way to see a game at the STAPLES Center, go ice skating at LA Live, or explore amazing art at The Broad.
Popular destinations you can visit on Foothill Transit:

  • Disney Concert Hall
  • Staples Center
  • LA Live
  • Olvera Street
  • Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Rio Hondo Bike Path
  • Galster Park
  • Plaza West Covina
  • Workman and Temple Family Homestead Musem
  • Santa Fe Dam Recreational Area
  • San Gabriel River Trail
  • Claremont Village
  • Old Town Monrovia
  • Westfield Santa Anita
  • Old Town Pasadena
  • Pasadena Museum of California Art
  • Eastland Center
  • Pomona Fairplex
  • Legg Lake
  • Whittier Narrows Natural Area
  • Puente Hills Mall
  • Brea Mall
  • Montclair Plaza
  • Farm Store at Kellogg Ranch
  • Huntington Gardens

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