Transit Regional Reduced Fare Card Program for Seniors and People with Disabilities.
On November 1, 2011 the public Transit providers in Berrien, Cass, and Van Buren counties will implement the Transit Regional Reduced Fare Identification Card Application process. Riders that are 60 years or older and those with disabilities are encouraged to complete an application to receive a Transit Regional Reduced Fare identification card which will allow eligible riders to continue receiving half off his/her fares. Click Here for instructions on how to complete a reduced fare card application.
The Transit Regional Reduced Fare Card Application can be picked up at any of the following transportation agencies:
- Berrien and Buchanan Bus Headquarters, 4676 E Shawnee Rd, Berrien Springs, MI 49103
- Cass County Transit, 400 E State Street Cassopolis, MI 49031
- Dowagiac Dial- A- Ride, 200 Depot Dr, Dowagiac, MI 49047
- Niles Dial - Ride, 623 N. Second Street, Niles, MI 49120
- Twin Cities Area Transportation Authority: 275 E. Wall Street, Benton Harbor
- Van Buren Public Transit, 610 David Walton Dr, Bangor, MI 49013
Frequently Asked Questions about Service Animals
In recognition of the critical role that service animals play in the independent travel of people with disabilities, this document was developed to answer some frequently-asked questions on the Americans with Disabilities Act and the rights and responsibilities of people traveling with service animals. It also addresses policies and practices of transportation providers, going above and beyond the ADA's regulatory obligations to provide good customer service.
The Accessible Pathways Process Guide
The Accessible Pathways process guide is designed to help local governments, transit agencies, and community advocates reach their goal of making public transportation more accessible for all users through improvement or creation of pathways to transit
Stories of Changed Lives:
The Personal Impact of Transportation Access
What contributes to a full life of living, learning, working and playing in our nation's communities? Ten Americans with disabilities - representing millions more - give large credit to the availability of accessible public transportation in their communities. Their words and photographs are a testament to the power of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the commitment by transit entities and all governments at local, regional, state and federal levels to provide accessible service. These stories are presented in celebration of the ADA, which was signed into existence as one of the great laws of the land on July 26, 1990.