TARC is planning to raise your bus fare again [Opinion: The Arena]

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Your bus ride will soon be more expensive...

Below are the proposed route changes and fare increases. Descriptions of the route changes can be found at www.ridetarc.org.

TARC 7_0.jpgRoutes proposed for elimination:

  • #37x - Iroquois-Fairdale Express
  • #38x - Deering Road Express
  • #45x - Okolona Express
  • # 49x - Westport Road Express
  • #53x - Breckenridge Express
  • #54x - Manslick Express
  • #65x - Southern Indiana Express
  • #68x - Prospect Express
  • #73x - Charlestown Road Express
  • #74 - Jeffersonville Park and Ride

Routes with proposed service adjustments:

  • #18 - Preston St.-Camp Taylor
  • #22 - Twenty-Second Street
  • #29 - Eastern Parkway
  • #31 - Middletown
  • #50x - Dixie Express
  • #55 - Westport Road
  • #71 - Jeffersonville
  • #72 - Clarksville-New Albany

New proposed route:

  • Route #82 would operate exclusively in Southern Indiana, linking  New Albany, Jeffersonville and Clarksville.

Proposed Rate Increases:

                        Current Rates  Proposed Rates

Adult Cash Fare:          $1.50   $1.75

Student Ages 6-17:       $.75     $.80

Senior Citizens:            $.75     $.80

Citizens w/disabilities:    $.75    $.80TARC 8_0.jpg

Circulators:                    $.50    $.75

TARC3:                       $2.50   $3.00

Monthly Pass:            $42.00   $50.00

Express Passes:          $80.00  $85.00

Express Fare:              $2.50    $2.75

10-Ride Tickets:        $12.50   $15.00

Six public meetings are scheduled from May 15-17; to allow for public input concerning the proposed TARC changes.  Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodations, including the provision of information in an alternative format, will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities upon request.  Language translators will also be provided upon request.  You can call 561-5112 or 561-5115 with specific information on your needs.

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