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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 3-2  Implementing fare-free transit typically increases ridership by 20% to 60%  Fare-free transit eliminates fare disputes with operators but can increase the presence of disruptive passengers  There can be new or increased costs associated with fare-free transit  About 5% to 30% of new fare-free transit trips are made by people switching from other motorized modes  Fare-free transit can be a point of community pride WHAT INFORMATION INFORMED THIS REPORT'S EVALUATION FRAMEWORK? The fare-free transit evaluation framework in Chapter 2 of this report was developed based on qualitative and quantitative state-of-the-practice research described below.

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