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MBTA riders and transportation justice leaders to speak out on life changing low-income fare

MEDIA ADVISORY FOR THURSDAY MARCH 28, 2024 For planning purposes only  Contact: Jason Johnson: jason.johnson@617mediagroup.com, 617-455-7312  MBTA riders and transportation justice leaders to speak out on life changing low-income fare
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MBTA Board of Directors approves plan to implement reduced fares program for riders with low-income

The new program will provide riders who are aged 26-64, non-disabled and have low income with reduced fares of approximately 50 percent off on all MBTA modes. The Massachusetts Bay
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MBTA board approves Low-Income Fare Program to benefit riders in 170+ communities

Building upon the Healey-Driscoll Administration’s FY24 budget that includes $5 million for the MBTA to develop a low-income fares program, the MBTA  announced that the MBTA Board of Directors has
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MBTA approves low-income fare program

The MBTA board on Thursday unanimously approved a low-income fare program, which is expected to roll out later this year. The board’s vote came after years of study and public
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The Boston Globe

‘We made history’: Massachusetts low-income transit riders could soon see lower fares, similar to other states

For low-income riders who rely on public transit, Thursday was a victory years in the making. The MBTA board of directors voted in favor of offering a reduced fare for
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MBTA Board Approves New Half-Priced Fare for Low-Income Riders

On Thursday, the MBTA Board of Directors voted unanimously to implement a new low-income fare structure, which could become available to riders later this spring or summer. With the board’s
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