BOGO Transit Passes: 511 Contra Costa | 511 Contra Costa

Transit Pass Offers: BOGO & Take 10

Buy One Get One Free Transit Passes

Stretch your commuting dollar by taking advantage of our ‘Buy One, Get One Free’ and Take 10 offers. 511 Contra Costa has partnered with County transit agencies to offer you deals on the following cards and passes:

BOGO: 31-Day Lynx Transbay Pass

Pass is good for unlimited rides on Lynx Transbay buses as well as WestCAT local and express buses for 31 consecutive days from first day of use. WestCAT serves west Contra Costa County with Lynx Transbay buses operating between Hercules and downtown San Francisco. 


BOGO: Commuter 20-Ride Pass

Pass is good for 20 one-way rides on all Tri Delta Transit routes including Express Route 300 (except Paratransit). Tri Delta Transit serves east Contra Costa County including Antioch, Pittsburg, and Brentwood. 


BOGO: Monthly Passes for the Yellow Line and Red Line

Pass is valid for unlimited rides for 31 consecutive days from first day of use. SolTrans serves Solano County. The Yellow Line operates between Vallejo and Walnut Creek.  The Red Line operates between Fairfield and Richmond. 


BOGO: 31-Day Passes for SolanoExpress Green Express (GX) and Intercounty Blue

Passes are valid for unlimited rides for 31 consecutive days from first day of use. Green Express operates between Fairfield and El Cerrito.  Intercounty Blue operates between Sacramento and Pleasant Hill.


Take 10: Free Transbay Commutes on AC Transit between Contra Costa & San Francisco

Pass is good for 10 one-way rides on AC Transit Transbay service between Contra Costa County and San Francisco.


Take 10: Free Out of County Commutes on SolTrans Red & Yellow Lines

Pass is good for 10 one-way rides on SolTrans Out of County Express service to, from, or through Contra Costa County. The Yellow Line operates between Vallejo and Walnut Creek. The Red Line operates between Fairfield and Richmond. 


The BOGO incentives, Transbay Take 10, and SolTrans Take 10 are made available with funding from Contra Costa Transportation Authority and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District.