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Call-a-Ride should have one fixed fare just like the bus for tourist reasons

Call-a-Ride is a popular paratransit service and one of the most popular ridership comes from people over the age of 50.  But why should a good law abiding citizen pay a fare similar to a taxicab to ride on a public van?  That's stupid.  If a person who wanted to go from like Kirkwood to Eureka, they would have to pay more like $40.00 just to use the service.  And who has that kind of money.  Here is another petition I created to get Call-a-Ride to redo it's general public fares so that people our age don't have to pay a fortune to use Call-a-Ride.  You all may want to sign this to let Metro know that what they are doing is stupid.

 

 

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