“Mobility Disabled Person”- Means any individual who, by reason of illness, injury, age, congenital malfunction, or other permanent or temporary incapacity or disability, including those who are nonambulatory wheelchair-bound and those with semi-ambulatory capabilities, are unable, without special facilities or special planning or design, to utilize mass transportation facilities and services as effectively as persons who are not so affected.
Incapacities or disabilities which might cause a person to be mobility disabled are, but not necessarily limited to:
- any disability requiring the use of walkers, crutches, wheelchairs, or other such devices;
- one or more missing limbs;
- special sensory disorders such as 50% bilateral hearing loss uncorrectable by use of a hearing aid;
- cardiovascular or respiratory impairment which significantly interferes with coordination, endurance, or strength;
- neurological diseases which significantly interfere with coordination, strength, or endurance such as polio, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, or paralysis;
- significant muscular-skeletal impairment such as muscular dystrophy or sever rheumatism or arthritis;
- significant mental or psychological impairment that results in physical impairment of coordination, strength, or endurance
A person is not to be considered transportation disabled if his or her sole incapacity or disability is:
3. impairment due to drugs or alcohol
4. controlled epilepsy
To be considered for reduces fare rates please print and fill out the application here. Applications can also be obtained at the office.