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New public transit system coming to Seneca, Wyandotte

New public transit system coming to Seneca, Wyandotte

Seneca News-Dispatch
Staff Reporter
• Thu, Jun 03, 2010

Reduced fares and even free fares in some travel zones will soon be available to area Native Americans to ride Pelivan Transit beginning June 1.

During Phase 1 of the new Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit program, any Native American who is residing in the Pelivan Transit service territory will be eligible for reduced or free fares to ride on the Pelivan Transit system.

A new tribal transit grant has provided subsidy for these reduced fares for Native Americans. The fares are based on zones of travel. In order to qualify for a reduced fare under the tribal transit program, the rider who is Native American must be able to provide a CDIB card (Certificate of Indian Degree Blood) or tribal membership card to verify their affiliation with the respective tribe at the time of their pick-up for the ride.

If you are a Native American and would like to ride on the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit through Pelivan Transit, please call (800) 482-4594, ext. 14, or ask for Tribal Transit. Data input clerks will be available to set up your ridership transport account by telephone... FULL ARTICLE


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