August 12, 2013
Move could save Sioux Falls half a million dollars. Although only about 10% of Sioux Area Metro riders use the paratransit service, it accounts for 45% of the entire transit budget to operate.
March 24, 2010
After Lift Program riders spoke out about a planned service decrease, the Tulsa City Council has raised the fare for its Lift Program. The Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority has agreed to cover the cost to maintain the hours through the end of the fiscal year.
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