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Paratransit & Reduced Fares

Complementary Paratransit

Complementary Paratransit is a transportation service for persons with disabilities who, because of a disability, cannot use the existing fixed route service.  Within the region the Twin Cities Area Transportation Authority (TCATA) is the only public transit system  that provides  complementary paratransit services. Find out more about TCATA ACCESS Paratransit Service

LINK to read TCATA's current ADA Plan/American's with Disabilities Act

Reduced Fares

There are several ways you can save money when traveling. Whether you're a senior, student, veteran or have a disability, there's a program designed just for you! Click here to see if you qualify for a reduced fare.

This page last updated on 5/31/2017.

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