VTA fares to increase on July 1


It’s that time of year. The Martha’s Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) advisory board voted to increase fare prices for the summer season.

Fares are now $2, per town as opposed to the $1.25 per-town rate. Increases go into effect July 1, and will continue until Sept. 29.

The VTA recommends purchasing a full-fare One Day Pass, which is the same price as a four-town pass.

Reduced fares will be set at $1 per town, and are available for seniors 65 and older, people with disabilities, and military veterans with proper ID. Children 6 years old and younger ride for free.



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