Passenger Identification

Passenger Identification

Passengers 16 years and older must present valid photo identification when purchasing tickets, and must carry this ID with them on board the train and when riding buses. Valid photo IDs accepted for travel include:
• Government-issued photo driver’s license
• Government-issued photo ID for non-drivers, or, if ID does not include a photo, it must identify the passenger by physical characteristics.
• Passport
• Current university, college, or high school photo ID

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