[nabs-l] transportation in your area

Jennifer Aberdeen freespirit328 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 04:19:17 UTC 2009


I'm not sure if you were asking me, but if so, paratransit in Rhode Island 
does not offer free rides for anyone at any time. If you go to the doctor, 
you pay, if you go to the hospital, you pay and so on. I think at one time 
we could get free rides to doctor appointments, but with so many cuts in the 
state government, they stopped that program.

Jen

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> Just clarifying, are you saying that paratransit doesn't charge you to go 
> to doctor's appointments, but they charge otherwise? In the area where I 
> live, paratransit is tied in with the local bus system, so when I buy my 
> monthly pass that's also good on paratransit.
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