Topic : low income riders

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USDOT announces nearly $50M to improve access, mobility

Accessibility| October 31, 2019

The new programs will look to develop and deploy innovations in technology and further interagency partnerships to improve mobility.

Caltrain joins regional pilot program for means-based fares

Rail| February 11, 2019

The program will allow low-income transit riders to qualify for a discount through the use of a Clipper card.

Government Issues| March 13, 2018

Texas cities pilot low-income, ride subsidy program

This pilot programk, which launches April 2, will help provide low-income families and individuals with mobility solutions within Collin County. 

Management & Operations| April 11, 2016

N.Y. advocates want MetroCard discount for low income riders

A study from the Community Service Society, which supports the effort, estimated that it would cost the Metropolitan Transportation Authority $194 million a year if just 361,000 of the eligible New Yorkers make use of a half-cost MetroCard.

Management & Operations| March 3, 2015

Seattle introduces transit fares based on income

The reduced ORCA LIFT fare will be available to riders earning at or below 200% of the federal poverty level, about $23,340 annually for an individual or $47,700 for a family of four.

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