PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION - RIPTA
As the public transportation provider for the State of Rhode Island, the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) offers a variety of services and programs to meet the transit needs of residents and visitors to our State. These services are outlined in the Guide to RIPTA Services. You can also get more information at http://www.ripta.com.
The intent of the Guide to Mobility Management is to serve as a reference and training tool for job developers, human services staff, and others working with people who need or want alternatives to driving their own car.
RIPTA BUS ACCESSIBILTY Click
Things To Know Before You Go
Additional Access Information Regarding RIPTA Buses
Boarding the Bus Using the Lift or Ramp
Exiting the Bus Using the Lift
BUS PASS PROGRAM FOR SENIORS AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Click card for details on all Fares/Passes
that include your picture, are not transferable and will be confiscated if used
by another individual that is not the person in the picture.
$10.00 for seniors (valid for 2 years)
$10.00 for individuals with disabilities (valid for 2 years)
*Low income persons with a disability or age 65 and above may ride free of
charge with a RIPTA NO FARE ID PASS. All other persons age 65 and above or with
a disability pay full fare during RIPTA peak hours of service (7am-9am and
3pm-6pm) on weekdays and pay 1/2 fare all other times upon presentation of a
RIPTA Senior/Disabled ID Pass or a Medicare ID Card. For more information on
how to apply to this program, please call 784-9500, ext. 604.
Coventry Human Services
Cranston Senior Services
East Greenwich - Adults & Seniors
Warwick Senior Services - Pilgrim Senior Center
Transwick Senior Transportation
West Warwick Senior Center
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