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    • Hi Justin,

      Yes, it will be the regular blue card.

      Thank you,

      Anna Chen
      Writer, The Source

  1. Between December 2020 and December 2021, Metro (1) eliminated bus stops that I, other older adults, and disabled people needed and (2) chopped off the northern ends of the 267 and 260 bus routes so that it now takes more time and at least one extra bus to reach my nearby destinations. Metro ignored complaints from me and many others about these and similar devastating service reductions. It now insults us with a survey feigning concern about older adults and disabled people, the same people for whom Metro made bus transportation difficult or in some cases impossible.