Results of Asheville’s fare-free bus program

In 2006, Asheville City Council allowed local residents to ride city buses for free for three months to try and raise awareness of the transit system and boost usage. In May 2007, City Council received a summary of the results of the free fare program. In November 2007, officials discussed the future of the city’s transit system.

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