Section 22-29 Transportation fares.
Prior to the adoption of Ord. 21444 on 09/17/2012, Section 22-29 read as follows.
(a) The following fares shall be in effect on all fixed route buses operated
by the division of
(1) Regular fares
Per ride $
30 day Full Fare (Tickets/Fast Passes)
25 Ride Full Fare (Tickets/Fast Passes)
, elderly, Medicare or Medicaid recipients, junior fares and persons with a
women, infants and children (WIC) card, a current food stamp card, or individuals who can
validate that they are persons with annual incomes equal to or below one hundred eighty-five
(185) percent of the federal poverty level
Per ride $
30 Day Half Fare (Tickets/Fast Passes) 25.00
25 Ride Half Fare (Tickets/Fast Passes) 15.00
Students of any university, college or trade
, public or private
school in the City of
Columbia, Missouri, with the showing of a valid student identification card
Per regular semester
(4) Any agency, entity, organization or business may purchase discounted semester
behalf of their customers, at the following discounted rates:
Per regular semester if purchased in groups of 20 - 1,000 $62.50
Per regular semester if purchased in groups of more than 1,000 $50.00
(b) The following fares shall be in effect on all vehicles used to provide paratransit
operated by the division of transportation:
(1) Certified ADA eligible persons or companion,
per ride $
(2) Registered personal care attendant accompanying a
certified ADA eligible person Free
(c) For purposes of this section, the following definitions are established:
ADA eligible: Any person exhibiting a valid ADA eligibility card and
is certified as eligible
for the specific paratransit service requested.
Elderly: Any person age sixty-five (65) or over who exhibits a pass showing proof of age,
or other ID.
Fixed route buses: Any vehicle operated on the routes published in the
schedules for the
Columbia Area Transit System.
: Any person certified as
by reason of illness, injury, age, congenital malfunction or
other permanent or temporary incapacity or disability.
Junior: A child age five (5) through
Medicare recipient: Any person, regardless of age, who is a medicare
recipient and exhibits a
valid medicare card.
Regular semester: The period from January 1 to May 15 or from August 15 to December
31.Summer semester: The period from May 16 to August 14.
(Ord. No. 11185, § 1, 9-2-86; Ord. No. 11377, § 1, 2-16-87; Ord. No. 13577, § 1, 1-19-93;
No. 13747, § 1, 7-19-93; Ord. No. 13982, § 1, 3-7-94; Ord. No. 20076, § 1, 10-6-08; Ord.
20278, § 1, 5-18-09; Ord. No. 21073, § 1, 9-19-11)
Editor's note - Ord. No. 21073, § 1, adopted September 19, 2011, which amended section 22-29
above, shall be in full force and effect from and after October 1, 2011.