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MWRTA to issue reduced fare Senior Charlie Cards

MWRTA to issue Reduced Fare SENIOR CHARLIE CARDS
at the Wayland COA, Friday, April 21, 10am-Noon
Want an easy way to get a Charlie Card that will qualify those 65 and older for a senior MBTA discount?  Bring a photo ID verifying your age to the Wayland COA at the Town Building on Friday morning, Apr. 21, 2017, 10am-Noon. Simply complete an application to receive your senior Charlie Card Pass. A photographic ID will be created while you wait. There is no charge for the card.  Charlie Cards are a convenient and a less costly way to ride the local MWRTA or MBTA system (e.g., Riverside into Boston). Although  Charlie Cards are available regularly at the MWRTA office in Framingham. This convenient Wayland opportunity is offered by the MWRTA Outreach Program.
The MWRTA Charlie Cards are compatible with the MBTA Charlie Cards.  Seniors (65+) with a Senior Charlie Card may ride local buses for 85 cents, subways for $1.10, inner express buses for $2.50, and outer express buses for $3.50. Seniors may also travel on commuter rail or ferry services for 50 percent off the regular full fare.
 
Upon arrival at the COA, you will be given the MWRTA application to complete. After completing the form, you will be given a number.  When your number is called, take your completed form and ID to the table for processing, then on to the camera station. In just minutes, your Charlie Card is ready! For more info, call the COA office at 508 358 2990.

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