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Fremont Library to Host Program about Public Transportation Options

Curious about accessible options for public transportation available for older adults and people with disabilities? The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) will be visiting the Fremont Library on Thursday, December 7 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. to outline for residents the easy-to-use options from Metra, Pace and CTA. Jillian McClain from the RTA will be on-hand to show how you or your loved ones can stay informed about accessible public transportation options to get to appointments, maintain social connections, and enjoy independent travel!

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Topics Covered Include:

• Local Public Transportation Options
• Accessibility features on CTA, Pace, and Metra
• Planning an Accessible Trip
• Paying Fare
• Ventra Cards
• RTA’s Reduced Fare and Ride Free Programs
• Travel Safety Tips
• RTA’s Free Travel Training Program
• Q&A sessions with an RTA Representative

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