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New Mass. senior transportation option fills service gap

Posted on September 30, 2013

BROOKLINE, Mass. — ITNGreaterBoston, a program started in 2012, may address a gap in transportation service experienced by seniors in the area who cannot access Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s paratransit program, Wicked Local Brookline reported.

The program specializes in door-to-door, 24/7 transportation for seniors and keeps costs down by covering 40% of the price of each ride. The other 60% comes from the users. ITN members pay $60 annually to participate in the program. For each ride, they pay $4 to start, and $1.50 every mile. For the full story, click here.

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