• One Card: New Student MTA Program


    All principals and assistant principals | Deadline: through June 28
     
    2016-17 school year, middle and high school students who use the MTA to travel to and from school will have a new, more convenient way to use the bus, subway or Light Rail. Instead of monthly S-Passes, students will have an annual One Card. Answers to frequently asked questions can be found here.

    In September to October, schools will produce and give to students the One Card, a new student ID card to use for MTA transportation.

    Principals can select one of three days for a required orientation and planning session for schools with MTA eligible students. Principals or their One Card designee should attend. Sessions will be held June 29, 2016, July 6 and 13, 2016.

    What to prepare for Orientation and Planning:

    Does your school have the CAASS hardware and materials to print student photo IDs?

    If yes, you can find questions to help you prepare for your session here.

    If no, you can find questions to help you prepare for your session here.

    Orientation and Planning: 

    Registration for the orientation and planning is now open. Instructions to register for a session can be found here. Attendance at these training sessions is required for Principals or their One Card designee. The available training dates are June 29, July 6 and July 13, 2016. All sessions are first come, first serve and once a session is filled, registration for that time slot is closed.

     

    If you have questions, please call John Land at 410-736-9098.