STAR - Specialized Transit for Arlington Residents Order Form

STAR serves Arlington residents who have difficulty using public fixed route transit due to the effects of age or disability. STAR is a shared ride paratransit service intended to provide a comparable level of transportation as provided by ART, Metrobus and Metrorail.

Visit their website: http://www.ArlingtonTransit.com/STAR

Recurring orders are automatically renewed each month, and are shipped to arrive a few days prior to the beginning of the month.

Help View Recurring Order Instructions

1 Select Pass - Click Product Name for Product Description

Product
Cost
Qty
Amount
Product Information STAR FARE (Zone 1)
$40.00
$
Product Information STAR FARE (Zone 2)
$55.00
$

2 Choose Start Date

Start Month:

3 Shipping Options

Shipping Method

4 Payment Options

Click here to create a CommuterDirect.com account and use your Metro SmartBenefits to pay for your recurring order.

You can pay for all or part of your order with either your Electronic SmartBenefits or a transit benefits debit Visa or Mastercard issued by your employer. If you are in one of these programs, select an option below to change your billing.

SmartBenefits & Fare Vouchers

To pay by trading in vouchers or using your SmartBenefits, choose your alternative payment type from the pull-down menu and indicate the exchange value of the vouchers or SmartBenefits.

$ per Month

If we are unable to collect the promise amount within 10 business days, your primary payment account will be charged the promised amount.

Help Review detailed SmartBenefits & Fare Voucher Payment Information

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