Intercity Transit is accepting applications for a first-year program that will continue to subsidize monthly bus passes for social service agencies. The transit authority's board voted to approve the $100,000 program, which is designed to make up for cuts to Medicaid, on a trial basis with the plan of re-evaluating the program next year.
Intercity Transit is accepting applications for a first-year program that will continue to subsidize monthly bus passes for social service agencies. The transit authority's board voted to approve the $100,000 program, which is designed to make up for cuts to Medicaid, on a trial basis with the plan of re-evaluating the program next year. The Olympian
Intercity Transit is accepting applications for a first-year program that will continue to subsidize monthly bus passes for social service agencies. The transit authority's board voted to approve the $100,000 program, which is designed to make up for cuts to Medicaid, on a trial basis with the plan of re-evaluating the program next year. The Olympian

Intercity Transit approves bus pass subsidy for social service agencies

December 14, 2010 12:00 AM

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