Discounted $1 Summer Youth Fare Returns in June and July!

May 25, 2021

The weather’s getting warmer and the sun is shining brighter! And now, you can enjoy time off from school this year by safely taking advantage of all the fun and exciting things that are re-opening this summer.

From June 1-July 31, 2021, Omnitrans offers discounted $1 Summer Youth Fare for those 18 years old and under! (Regularly, trips are $2 per single ride.) So, call up your friends and family and take Omnitrans for only $1 each way to some hot destinations for summer fun.

The Summer Youth Fare can be paid with cash or digitally with your smartphone using the Transit mobile app’s ticketing. You must be prepared to verify your age with a valid I.D. if asked by one of our friendly drivers. #ProTip: Plan your trip using the Transit app or use the Trip Planner on our site.

As always, your safety is the top priority, and all precautions and safety measures should be observed. You can read more about what Omnitrans is doing to maintain safe vehicles, and what you can do to protect yourself and others. Remember to wear your mask onboard and maintain social distance where possible.

See below for some fun-in-the-sun ideas! These are just some of the many destinations you can reach with Summer Youth Fare. Take control of your best summer ever and go anywhere Omnitrans can take you.

A Day in Redlands

Citrus Plaza, served by Route 15

Eat: On-the-go options such as Chick-Fil-A are sure to satisfy your chicken cravings. If you are feeling a little bit of a sweet tooth, check out Cold Stone Creamery for all your custom ice-cream creations.

Play: Take a stroll down all the awesome department stores to get ahead on your back-to-school shopping including but not limited to Target, Kohls, and DSW.

Relax: When you are tired of carrying all your shopping bags, unwind and catch a glimpse of a summer concert that Citrus Plaza will be hosting every Tuesday during the summer. Click here for a schedule of events and details.

Mountain Grove, served by Route 15

Eat: There is a collection of yummy places to grab food in every direction. The Habit will have you indulging on a delicious burger along with many other options. Maybe you are in the mood for some healthier options such as Waba Grill and Nektar Juice. Want some Bahamas vibes? Head out to Bahama Buck’s and try an island-inspired shave ice with your bestie.

Play: Shop some more! Places like Marshalls will give you the latest fashions at a steal, among others such as Tilly’s, Old Navy, and Skechers, just to name a few.

Relax: Hip-hip-hooray! The movies are finally opened, although with limited seating, so be sure to plan and get your tickets in advance. Sit back in recliner seats (yay, air conditioning) and watch the latest movie on the big screen. Visit for details.

A Day in San Bernardino

Eat: There is plenty to choose from no matter what your appetite is on any given day. Hospitality Lane offers plenty of restaurant options for you to enjoy, including: Mimi’s Café, Friday’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Chili’s .Hospitality Lane is served by the sbX Green Line.

Play: Looking for an adventurous time? Then make your way to the SB Raceway and take a few laps around the track. Served by: Route 305.

Relax: Turn down the day with a cool local favorite spot like Viva La Boba, where you can enjoy some amazing Thai tea with boba or another amazing beverage offered on their menu. Served by Route 2, 14, and sbX Green Line.

A Day in Upland

Looking to explore the great outdoors? Upland may be for you.

Eat: The Hat is always a classic spot to indulge in the world-famous pastrami, burgers, and fries! Served by Route 66.

Play: Take a walk along the trail on Euclid Avenue and stop by Madonna of the Trail to enjoy a beautiful public art monument. Served by Route 66.

Relax: Take a break from the busy street and visit Historic Downtown Upland for some patio relaxation and people watching. Grab your favorite iced coffee from Rad Coffee and enjoy some shade downtime in the historic district. Served by Route 83.

A Day in Chino

Get ready to explore some history!

Eat: Yumm! Did someone say pizza? Try Woodstone Pizzeria for all your pizza cravings. Served by Route 88 and OmniRide Chino Hills

Play: Up, up, and away you go! Straight to the Planes of Fame Air Museum. Visit and enjoy looking at some historical planes up close, and maybe even catch an airshow. Be sure to visit for more details. Served by Route 83

Relax: Finish off the day with a sweet treat at Painted Dough, where you’ll find the cutest donuts and much more you must see to believe. Served by Routes 85 and 88

A Day in Ontario & Rancho Cucamonga

Eat: Experience the many cuisines offered by the new food hall at Haven City Market in Rancho Cucamonga, from barbeque, to Japanese bowls, acai bowls, and even sweets like churros and ice cream. Indoor or outdoor dining make for a fun summer day with friends and family! Served by Routes 66 and 81

Play: Ontario Mills is Californa’s largest outlet shopping center, with over 200 stores to explore. Plus, there are numerous restaurants to grab a bite, and the AMC 30 Theaters if you feel like catching a movie. GameWorks and Dave & Busters are some other popular destinations, making this a one-stop-shop for a day of fun! Served by Routes 61, 81, 82, and 290

Relax: Enjoy a broad range of activities at the Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario! Providing over 150 acres of outdoor activities, you can enjoy fishing, swimming (with water slides!), a play park, or picnic under the trees with friends. Served by Route 61

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