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Fewer riders use MetroAccess as they move toward rail, bus

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Transit agency saves millions on shift Fewer people are using Metro's door-to-door service for disabled riders as the agency encourages them to ride the bus or rail instead, saving Metro millions of dollars. Demand for MetroAccess in 2011 dipped for the first time since the program's inception in 1994, and the drop in ridership continues, down 11 percent in the last fiscal year, saving the...

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