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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 2-32 Framework in Practice: Ride On Alternatives Comparison Ride On (Montgomery County, MD) conducted a Zero & Reduced Fare Study in 2021 that evaluated four fare-free and reduced-fare alternatives across seven goals and respective performance measures including magnitude of benefit to lower-income riders, increased ridership from riders without vehicle access, change in net operating support (NOS)
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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 2-33 Step 10: Select preferred alternative In the final step, the project team should guide the decision of selecting a preferred alternative. This specific process will depend on the decision-making process identified in Step 1 but may involve engaging various stakeholders to confirm the recommended approach (see Outreach Opportunity: Sharing Findings with Stakeholders and the Public)
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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 2-34 Figure 2-16 Estimated Annual Operating Cost Impact (in Millions) – Houston METRO Source: Fare-Free Transit Cost-Benefit Analysis, Houston METRO, 202026 Outreach Opportunity: Sharing Findings with Stakeholders In the final step, it is important for the project team to share analysis findings with relevant stakeholders.

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