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Bus Pass Pop Up

JCC Squirrel Hill, 5738 Forbes Avenue

February 20, 2020

11 am-1 pm

Staff from Rep. Dan Frankel’s office will in the Palm Court to assist people who are age 65 and older to obtain the free Senior ConnectCard with your photo.

To prove your age, please bring with you one of the following:

  • Photo driver’s license
  • Birth certificate
  • Passport
  • Pennsylvania ID Card

The information will be sent to the downtown Port Authority Office where the ConnectCard with your photo will be produced. The ConnectCards will be returned to AgeWell several weeks later. You can pick up the card at that time.

The Senior ConnectCard works just like a ConnectCard but does not need to be loaded with money or a pass. Simply tap your card at the fare box and be on your way.

Port Authority will continue to accept BLUE or YELLOW PA Senior Transit ID cards indefinitely.

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