The Number 70 Grand bus is Thelonda Malone’s primary source of transportation — besides her feet.
Malone uses the Metro Transit's busiest bus route to get to and from work. She says it’s useful. But some aspects of the ride could use some improvement.
For one thing: When Malone gets off work at 5:30 p.m., she says she has a “50 percent chance of even being able to get on the bus.” If Malone does catch that second bus, she usually has to stand.
Metro Transit’s governing board voted Friday to increase the cost of passes and transfers starting in July.
According to Metro’s Chief of Planning and System Development, Jessica Mefford-Miller:
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