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Reduced or Free Rides

There are several ways you can save money when traveling. Whether you're a senior, veteran or have a disability, there's a program designed just for you! In this section you will find the following resources:

Reduced Fare Card Program- Seniors (ages 60 and older) and persons with disabilities are eligible to receive half-off the regular fares for any public transportation system.

Students Discounts- There are several programs that allows students to travel to and from class or during the summer at a reduced rate.

Senior Shopping Shuttle Services - Provides seniors free or low-cost transportation to obtain groceries from places like Martin's and Wal-mart.

Veteran Shuttle Services- The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) provides a shuttle bus service that transports veterans to the Battle Creek hospital for medical appointments.

Casino Shuttle Services- Four Winds Casino in New Buffalo provides shuttle service to and from several pickup locations in Indiana for just $1 dollar round trip.

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