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Williamsburg Area Transit Authority Announces New Pass Program and Fares

The Williamsburg Area Transit Authority (WATA) will roll out its new goWATA Pass Program and fare prices on January 3, 2012. Customers can choose from three new bus passes; a 7-day, 6-day, and 30-day:The Williamsburg Area Transit Authority (WATA) will roll out its new goWATA Pass Program and fare prices on January 3, 2012. Customers can choose from three new bus passes; a 7-day, 6-day, and 30-day:

  • The 7-Day goWATA Pass is $10 for regular fare, and $5 for senior/disabled persons fare. It expires seven days from date of purchase and offers unlimited use.
  • The 6-Day goWATA Pass is $10 for regular fare and $5 for senior/disabled persons fare and expires one year from date of purchase.
  • The 30-Day goWATA Pass offers unlimited use for $35 for regular fare, and $17.50 for senior/disabled persons.

Fares will also increase on January 3, effective on All-Day passes, Trolley round-trip passes, and middle/high school students:

  • The All-Day goWATA Pass will cost $2.00 for regular fare, and $1.00 for senior/disabled persons.
  • The Trolley passes will cost $1.00 for regular fare, and $.50 for senior/disabled persons.
  • Middle and high school students will pay $.50 fare for a one-way pass.

Fares that will remain the same include: one-way cash fares for regular and senior/disabled persons passes, transfer, and ADA/paratransit rides. Students of the College of William and Mary and Thomas Nelson Community College will continue to ride for free by showing their valid I.D. cards.
The All-Day goWATA Passes will continue to be sold on WATA buses. The new 6-, 7-, and 30-Day goWATA Passes will be sold during business hours at the WATA Main Office, located at 7239 Pocahontas Trail, and the Williamsburg Outlet Mall WATA storefront location, located at 6401 Richmond Road, Suite 60, next to the Dress Barn Woman store. The main office hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

For more information, please contact WATA at (757) 220-5493 or visit the goWATA Pass Program Frequently Asked Questions page.

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