Ride in Kane Raising One-Way Fare From $4 To $5, Starting April 1

Ride in Kane Raising One-Way Fare From $4 To $5, Starting April 1

Ride in Kane will be raising a one-way fare from $4 to $5 (for rides less than 10 miles), starting Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

Officials said the $1 fare hike was necessary because of increases in the motor fuel tax, cab service agreements and the minimum wage.

Since 2009, Ride in Kane is a public transportation service providing curb-to-curb bus or taxi service to seniors 65 and older, disabled individuals, and those with low income who qualify for the service in Kane County.

Ride in Kane operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Ride in Kane is administered by the Association for Individual Development in partnership with Pace Suburban Bus, Kane County and local municipalities, townships and social service agencies operating as local sponsors.

Individuals may seek alternative ADA transportation services and research qualifications by visiting: www.adata.org/factsheet/ADA-accessible-transportation

For more information on Ride in Kane, visit: www.rideinkane.org

Ride in Kane Service Area