POLICIES & PROGRAMS
RTD is recommending a number of policies and programs to further support customers and to advance the fare study goals of equity, affordability and simplicity. The policies and programs are intended to:
Improve transit mobility and access for financially burdened customers
Simplify pass programs and promote pass purchases
Click on the links below to explore the recommended policies and programs for customers and for organizations and employers.
POLICIES & PROGRAMS FOR CUSTOMERS
RTD is recommending policies and programs that would lower costs for customers, including:
Increasing the discount for LiVE Income-Based Fare Discount Program customers
Further reducing the Monthly Pass price for all customers enrolled in Discount programs
A single-price fare to anywhere in the system for all customers enrolled in Discount programs
Expanded access to LiVE through higher income limits and the removal of in-district address requirements
No-cost transit for youth ages 19 and under through the Zero Fare for Youth pilot
Discounted transit for all post-secondary students with a new SemesterPass
Learn more about recommended discount programs and passes for adults and youth.
POLICIES & PROGRAMS FOR
ORGANIZATIONS & EMPLOYERS
RTD is recommending programs and passes for organizations and employers by:
Offering a transit assistance grant program for nonprofit and community-serving organizations
Creating new discounts on bulk purchases
Simplifying Pass Program pricing
Learn more about recommended programs and passes for community organizations and employers.
RTD will take steps to ensure that communication with members of the public with disabilities is effective throughout the study. Persons who require materials in alternative formats, need sign language interpretation, or require other communication consideration for participation, please contact RTD’s ADA Manager at Gabe.Christie@rtd-denver.com. Please provide three business days notice for services to be arranged.