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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 3-13 Local Economic Impact in Kansas City In 2020, KCATA worked with the Center for Economic Information at the University of Missouri Kansas City to measure the economic impacts of a proposed fare-free transit policy, ZeroFare KC. The resulting research showed that fare-free transit would have a positive impact on the quality of life in the Kansas City Region.
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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 3-14 Costs Despite the potential benefits of fare-free transit options, many transit agencies, riders, advocates, and other stakeholders see serious challenges and costs associated with fare-free transit, including fare revenue loss, a potential increase in service requirements, safety and security issues, and other trade-offs. These costs and drawbacks to fare-free transit are discussed in greater detail below.
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