Reduced Fare for the Elderly [Chapter 8, Appendices B & C]


This is the undated second half of a paper, presumably by Vera, titled "Reduced Fare for the Elderly." "The study was planned to investigate the effects of the recently introduced reduced fare program for the elderly in New York City. A major part of the study involved examination in some depth of the characteristic patterns of transportation as related to the personal characteristics of elderly residents. A secondary aim of the study was to investigate the impact the elderly have upon the transportation system" (from the first page).


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