- Date: 10/17/2020
Puget Sound residents who qualify for state programs like Supplemental Security Income can now receive no-cost passes to ride King…
Pittsburgh is launching a pilot program that will provide 50 city residents with free access to public transportation and other alternate means of transportation for one year. Officials said the initiative would help alleviate the financial burden of transportation.
The pilot will launch in the city’s Manchester and Chateau neighborhoods. According to a 2021 Manchester Neighborhood Plan, residents there earn an income 14% below that of the average Pittsburgher.
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