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If you are 65 years of age or older or have a disability that qualifies (blindness, hearing impairment, ambulatory disability, loss of both hands, or mental retardation or other mental capacity impairment), you are eligible for a MTA Reduced-Fare MetroCard.

The Reduced-Fare MetroCards are personalized with your name and photograph, but work the same as a regular MetroCard. You can buy unlimited rides or you can pay-per-ride.

Reduced-fares are also available with any of the following forms of identification:

* NYC Department of the Aging ID card
* Medicare card (Medicaid card not accepted)
* Access-A-Ride ID card
* MTA Reduced-Fare ID card (pre-1995)

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The entire City bus fleet, operated by MTA/New York City Transit, is lift-equipped, has kneeling features, wheelchair securement devices, public address systems, and seating spaces reserved for people with disabilities. Personal Care Attendants accompanying the customer ride free. The Bus Customer Relations Center can be reached at Voice 1 (888) NYCT-BUS.

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The New York Public Interest Research Group is New York's largest consumer, environmental, and government reform organization. NYPIRG is a non-partisan, not-for-profit group established to win policy reforms while training students and other New Yorkers to be advocates.

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Able-Ride is a shared ride, curb-to-curb paratransit bus service for people with disabilities. Able-Ride provides transportation for people who are unable to use fixed route bus service for some or all of their trips. Age, distance from a bus stop or inability to drive are conditions that are not taken into consideration in making an eligibility determination.

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