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Who May Ride With You

Due to space limitations, we limit the number of people who may accompany you to no more than two (2) persons. If you are pre-registered for a Personal Care Attendant (PCA), only that individual is allowed to ride free of charge; other individual(s) pay the full current one-way passenger trip price of $1.85. PCA's and companions must have the same pick-up and drop-off points as the individual they are accompanying. A child may be considered a PCA. A seat for your PCA and/or companion must be reserved when scheduling your trip.

Anyone may be considered a PCA.

Children may be considered companions. As with the MTA's fixed-route service, a maximum of two (2) children under the age of six (6) may ride with you free of charge. Children over age (6) pay the full adult fare of $1.85.