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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 3-24 efficient and in line with other peer agencies. After evaluating the impacts, the transit agency found that they were spending more to collect fares than they were receiving in fare revenue.
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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 3-25 Post-Implementation Evaluation Multiple surveyed transit agencies have continued to monitor ridership, transit agency operations, finances, and the community after implementation:  Area Regional Transit (St. Lucie County, FL)
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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 4-1 4 TRANSIT AGENCY CASE STUDIES This chapter includes case studies that represent transit agencies that exemplified a variety of community types, transit agency sizes, fare structures, and fare-free experiences. These case studies were developed to inform the evaluation framework and provide more detailed examples of how fare-free transit has been evaluated at transit agencies of different sizes across the US.
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... Fare-Free Transit Evaluation Framework 4-2 Transit Agency Categorization The case studies presented in this chapter are organized under three main types of fare-free transit service:  Full fare-free: Transit agency does not collect fares from any riders.  Partial fare-free: Transit agency does not collect fares from specific groups of riders, on certain routes or transit services, during certain times, or in defined areas.

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