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Eco Passes: An Evaluation of Employer-Based Transit Programs

  title={Eco Passes: An Evaluation of Employer-Based Transit Programs},
  author={D. Shoup},
Transit agencies have found a new way to increase ridership: offer Eco Pass programs that cater to specific user groups. In these programs, a transit agency sells to groups the right for all of their members to ride public transit without paying a fare. Because all members of the group can ride free, they ride public transit more often. These Eco Pass programs have been developed for universities, workplaces, and the home. Previous research has examined university programs, and has shown that… Expand
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