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Of Course! We'd love to advertise your business on The Wave buses & signs! For more information on advertising terms & conditions, as well as options, please click here.
No we do not server drinks on the bus, sorry! Drinks with Lids are allowed. Click here
No, Day Passes can only be purchased on the bus at a cost of $3.00 for unlimited riding for the day.
To purchase MAP tickets call Customer Service at (251) 344-6600 ext. 265 or purchase online using a major debit or credit card.
It can take up to 7-10 business days to receive your tickets in the mail. We ask that make your ticket order at least a week in advance to insure you get them in enough time.
No, bus passes are non-refundable.
Lost, stolen, or destroyed bus passes cannot be replaced and is non-refundable.
For Android or Apple IPhones you can download MyStop App.
Paper route schedules are also available at the GM&O location.
A government issued or picture form ID identifying you as the recipient named on the voucher.
No, The Wave only service the inner city limits of Mobile. It does not travel to Semmes, Theodore, Citronelle, Saraland, Grand Bay, Dauphin Island, Fairhope or Daphne. However Baldwin County does have a bus system that travels to Mobile (BRATS) and connects with The Wave at Bienville Square. BRATS service Fairhope, Daphne and Spanish Fort.
Text the Bus Stop ID# on the bus sign and it gives you the arrival time
For More info On Text for the Next Bus. Click Here
Yes, buses are equipped with bike racks on the front of the bus.
You cannot bring a pet on the bus unless it is a service animal.
This is an example item.
Yes, but you must remove all items from shopping cart and fold your cart. The driver will secure packages.
Six small bags or one large bag.
No, it is the clients' responsibility to load and unload their bags.
They must be at least twelve years of age.
No, children six years and under in accordance with state laws must be in a car seat or booster seat. The Mobility Assistance Program (MAP) vehicles are not equipped to secure those type of seats.
We are a shared ride service and this will not be permissible or schedule time will not allow.
All Wave Transit Vehicles are ADA Accessible.
No, a passenger may catch a bus at any intersection along the route; as long as, it is deemed safe and the passenger signals the Bus Operator on the same side of the street that the bus is traveling. Passengers that have an Android or Apple IPhone can download and access the MyStop App to receive real-time route information and identification of bus stop locations.
No, all fares and transfers are used for one way trips. A fare must be paid to travel outbound from your original destination and to return back to that original
No, the monthly pass is only valid for one swipe per ride or passenger trip.
No, all passes are valid from the date it was activated to the date of expiration stamped on it.
Yes, Route # 19 Schillinger/ Airport Blvd. Neighborhood Route travels to the Airport. A passenger must call (251)344 - 5656 to schedule a reservation 24 Hours in advance for the bus to pick you up. The route starts and departs Providence Hospital every hour, beginning at 6:00 AM until 7:00 PM.
All buses are on a fixed time schedule, we suggest a passenger get to the bus stop at least 10 minutes early, to wait for the bus. Bus Operators are not required to wait on passengers running late, due to time constraints in their schedules.
All reduced fare passengers are required to show their Wave Transit ID to receive the reduced fare.
Telephone: 251-344-6600Office Hours: Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CST)
Pets are not allowed on the bus, except for assisted service animals that are such marked or declared (having a harness, coat, or card from doctor.)