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  • Proposed ART & STAR Fare Increases
    ART adult fare would increase to $2.00; half-fare for seniors, people with disabilities and students would increase to $1.00. STAR fares would increase by $0.50. Fare increases would help offset increased operating expenses. Other fare changes include extending the iRide half-fare program to elementary school students, and allowing personal care attendants to ride ART free when accompanying a MetroAccess rider. More info + how you can comment at https://tinyurl.com/kqw7jvo . This website will be updated with a Spanish translation as soon as possible.

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ART 42 & 77 Bus Stops on N. Garfield St. Relocated

September 14, 2012

Starting on Monday, September 17, the north and southbound ART 42 and 77 bus stops located on N. Garfield St. & 11th St. in Clarendon will be relocated. The bus stops will be temporarily moved to Highland St. & 11th St. The relocation is due to construction taking place and will last for two months.

View a map of where the temporary stops will be relocated to. (PDF, 1 MB, Adobe Reader required) [Map removed November 2015 to avoid confusion -- it could be found by search engines.]


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