Citibus Fare Increase Now in Effect - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/5/07

Citibus Fare Increase Now in Effect

The Lubbock City Council approved a Citibus fare increase last month. The twenty-five percent fare increase will be effective Monday, November 5. Citibus U and CitiKids passes will increase effective January 1, 2008.

Regular Fixed Route Fare $1.25
Day Pass $2.50
Weekly Pass $12.50
Monthly Pass $43.75
Children $0.90
Citibus U, CitiKids, CitiSummer Passes $37.50
Medicare, Seniors, Persons with Disabilities (with proper ID)
Regular Fixed Route Fare $0.60
Day Pass $1.25
Weekly Pass $6.25
Monthly Pass $21.85
Citibus U $18.75
CitiAccess
Within Service Area $2.50
Extended Service Area $10.00
Premium Service Location $15.00
Will-Call or Same Day Prevailing Fare Plus $3.00
Alterante Locations $6.25
No Show

$10.00

The decision to raise fares was not made lightly. The City Council heard public comment regarding the fare increase during the City's budge hearings. In addition, the Lubbock Public Transit Advisory Board received public comment at two public hearings. The fare increase is a result of Citibus losing federal operating assistance when the Lubbock Urbanized Area exceeded 200,000 population.

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