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MUNI offers free passes to low-income SF youth
Last week, young people in San Francisco got some good news: starting in March, they’ll be able to ride MUNI free of charge. After a two-year campaign, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency approved a 16-month pilot program that will allow low-income young people between five and seventeen to apply for free youth passes, which they can use to ride public transit in the city. KALW’s Julie Caine explains.
Click the audio player above to listen to the interview.
Julie Caine is KALW’s transportation reporter. You can find her work and more stories through at transportationnation.org.
What do you think about free Muni passes for youth? Let us know at (415) 264-7106.