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Canadian city puts 90-day hold on fare hike for disabled

Posted on December 21, 2012

HAMILTON, Ontario — The city of Hamilton extended by 90 days a fare increase for use of the Disabled and Aged Regional Transport System, Hamilton Community News reported.

The city’s fare policy change will require people with mobility devices and the visually impaired, who have a card from the Canadian National Institute of the Blind, to pay full fare on city transit buses. Right now, cardholders can ride them for free. For the full story, click here.

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