Metro trying to teach disabled to take trains, buses

By Kytja Weir © Washington Examiner, District of Columbia — Metro is seeking to teach some people with disabilities to use trains and buses instead of its MetroAccess service as a way to reduce the costly and growing shared-ride system. The transit agency has received a grant for most of the $1.2 million program to partner with three centers that work with people who have disabilities. It is slated to ask the Metro board on Thursday to kick in $85,000 for the two-year pilot project…. READ ARTICLE


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