Citibus Proposes Rate Increase - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/12/08

Citibus Proposes Rate Increase

Citibus is considering increasing its fares, but not before it hears from you. 

The Lubbock Public Transit Advisory Board will hear public comments Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at the Downtown Transfer Plaza, located at 801 Broadway. There will also be a second hearing at Noon on Thursday. 

The Advisory Board will not take action on the fare increases until after the second hearing. If approved, the fare increase will take effect October 1st.

  

Current Fare

Proposed Increase

Fixed Route

  

  

Regular Fixed Route Fare

     $1.25 

     $1.50

Day Pass

     $2.50

     $3.00

Weekly Pass   

     $12.50              

     No Increase

Monthly Pass

     $43.75

     No Increase

Children

     $.90

     $1.00

Citibus U, CitiKids, CitiSummer

     $37.50

     $45.00

  

  

  

Fixed Route: Medicare, Seniors, etc.

  

  

Regular Fixed Route Fare

     $.60

     $.75

Day Pass

     $1.25

     $1.50

Weekly Pass

     $6.25

     No Increase

Monthly Pass

     $21.85

     No Increase

Citibus U

     $18.75

     $22.50

  

  

  

CitiAccess

  

  

Within Service Area

     $2.50

     $3.00

Extended Service Area

     $10.00

     No Increase

Premium Service Area

     $15.00

     No Increase

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