Hop Fastpass 4+


    • 1.8 • 571 Ratings
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The virtual Hop card for Apple Pay is here!

- Add a Hop card to your Wallet app
- Pay your fare instantly with your iPhone or Apple Watch
- Save money by earning month passes as you ride
- Available for Adult, Honored Citizens and Youth

With Hop Fastpass, paying your fare on TriMet, C-TRAN and Portland Streetcar is fast, easy and convenient.

Hop is that simple: Just tap and go. Instead of carrying a plastic card or flashing your mobile ticket at the bus operator, tap your phone on the green Hop reader whenever you board a bus or train. After a split second, you’ll see a green checkmark and hear a chime — that means you’ve paid your fare and you’re good to go!

No need to open an app, choose which pass to buy, or activate a ticket. You don’t even have to authorize your payment when you tap a Hop reader. With a virtual Hop card in your Wallet app, it all happens automatically and instantly, so paying your fare with Hop is extra fast and easy.

Note: If you have both a credit card and a Hop card in Wallet, the Hop reader will charge the Hop card.

With Hop, instead of buying passes in advance you earn them as you go. All you have to do is ride. So you get the savings of a pass, without the upfront cost. You’ll never pay more than a day pass in a day or a month pass in a calendar month.

A virtual Hop card lets you use the reduced Honored Citizen and Youth fare, as well as Adult fare, when paying with your phone.

In a few easy steps, we’ll set up your account, add a payment method (or simply use an existing credit/debit card in Apple Pay), and add your new Hop card to your Wallet app.

Use the Hop app or website to manage multiple virtual and plastic Hop cards, see recent transactions, load money on your Hop cards, or set up Auto-Load so you’re never stuck without fare. You can also keep track of your balance, your time remaining on your ride and your progress toward earning a day or month pass.

A new virtual Hop card costs $3 (just like a plastic card), but there’s no charge to convert an existing plastic Hop card into a virtual card.

REMEMBER: Tap every time you board, including transfers. Your tap is your proof of payment.

Using an iPad? You can download the Hop app to manage your Hop cards, but the Virtual Hop card is available for iPhone and Apple Watch only.

What’s New

Version 2.0.1738

Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

1.8 out of 5
571 Ratings

571 Ratings

amah.h ,

What the heck

Great when it works — about 80% of the time. The other 20% it’s embarrassing, I’m thankful the bus stops I frequent possess drivers that recognize me & let me on still when my app elects not to work. Definitely worried about when I’m on the MAX & security raids it.
Today Hop pushed me over the edge with a declined red X on the machine in front of the bus driver even though it says I have $8 loaded. The app also loves to not connect to my Wallet which is required to Hop on with an iPhone. Extremely frustrating.
I used to have the Trimet app for years that we didn’t have to virtually punch onto & it worked great. Though it sucked when there was no warning & the app just stopped working & I had to quickly download Hop, pay the $3 initiation & load money on there in the small amount of time I had waiting for the bus.
I guess you got me Trimet, I’m done. I have no choice but to spend even more money buying a physical card to avoid this terrible app that should work but instead starts or ends my day with panic.

pajama relay team member ,

Does not work with phones older than iPhone 6s

Does not work with phones older than iPhone 6s. This little piece of information would have saved me some headache. I was using the physical card with no problems and didn’t want to switch to the virtual card mainly because of the bad reviews here. But TriMet was offering a $5 credit to try the app and I thought maybe they fixed the bugs. I had been all over the website reading about it and no where does it say it does not work on iPhone 6 or older. So I gave it a try, but I could not get it to work on any of my rides. Luckily the drivers are super cool and just let me on. When I tried to switch back to my physical card, turns out it was deactivated to the point that I had to call customer service. They told me that my phone is too old to use the app and when I switched, my card was voided and I would not be able to go back to my physical card. So now I have to buy a new card and have funds locked up in an app that won’t work. I know a lot of people that have older iPhones. Who do they think rides the bus? I love using TriMet, but they are missing the mark and I’m sure they spent a small fortune for this system. Get it to work with all phones or at the very least make it super easy to inform people what phones it’s compatible with.

Adrianvege ,

The Worst Designed Public Transportation System Ever

Hop was clearly implemented to try to cut down on people skipping bus fare, and has done the actual opposite because this stupid app works so little of the time that drivers have stopped caring altogether. Great, but security still checks the trains, and guess what? you could be late to work and miss your train because u wanted to pay and the app wasn’t working, OR get a ticket because of this stupid app not working and risking riding the train. You lose no matter what. You can’t even buy monthly passes anymore, you can only arbitrarily “earn” them buy spending enough on tickets that you get the rest of the month free, i ride to and from work everyday and this is barely enough to give me 1-2 days of free rides at the end of each month. Sometimes not even. Oh and today the app actually became corrupted, wouldn’t close, stuck on loading infinitely, only thing that stopped it was uninstalling and reinstalling. This app is a lot of people’s way of getting to work and making a living, and it’s wrong how unreliable and borderline required it is, i have gotten 2 tickets because of this stupid app and if i get a 3rd i won’t be able to afford it. Fix your app.

App Privacy

The developer, TriMet, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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