Free KC Bus Service Idea Could Spread to D.C.

D.C. Council member proposes free public transit for residents
A study by UMKC and the KC Area Transportation Authority spurred Kansas City, Mo., to become the first large city to offer free public transit through a $9 million “Zero Fare KC” program. Now Washington is considering a similar initiative, in part because the UMKC research showed the zero fare program would generate nearly double its cost in regional economic benefits. Read The Washington Post's story about it and the UMKC research that spurred it here.
Published: Mar 1, 2020

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