Topic : subsidized rides

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MBTA expands Uber, Lyft subsidized paratransit ride program

Accessibility| March 2, 2017

The program was initially offered to 400 customers, but starting on Wednesday it is available to anyone eligible for The Ride.

PSTA expands partnership with Uber, taxi companies

Management & Operations| January 24, 2017

The agency is subsidizing the first $5 of a trip from a bus stop to their final destination, with the customer paying the rest, which with the zone setup will usually be around $1.

Rail| August 10, 2016

Colo. city to offer free Lyft rides to connect with light rail

Riders will have the option of putting in their request on the Lyft app or on Go Denver, a mobile platform developed by Xerox that integrates scheduling and payment information for transit and ride-hailing services around the metro area.

Management & Operations| March 10, 2016

Fla. city to be first to subsidize Uber rides

Beginning March 21, the City of Altamonte Springs will pay for 20% of all Uber trips that begin and end within city limits. In addition, to encourage SunRail use, the city will subsidize 25% of all trips starting or ending at the Altamonte Springs SunRail station.

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