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Cost of rides for disabled soars at T

Budget grows twice as fast as ridership

By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / March 28, 2010

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The MBTA’s specialized service for the disabled, The Ride, is a lifeline for tens of thousands of people in Eastern Massachusetts, allowing those who are too disabled to drive, ride a bus, or take the subway to make their way to jobs, to stores, to doctors, and home. (Full article: 2307 words)

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