Here’s how MTA is working to provide a ‘sense of independence’ for Paratransit riders

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Here’s how MTA is working to provide a ‘sense of independence’ for Paratransit riders

Macon, GA, 08/14/2018: Macon Transit Authority driver Charlie Huff watches over as Donald Wade exits a paratransit bus at his home in West Bibb County August 14, 2018, after receiving dialysis at a center in downtown Macon.

Macon, GA, 08/14/2018: Macon Transit Authority driver Charlie Huff watches over as Donald Wade exits a paratransit bus at his home in West Bibb County August 14, 2018, after receiving dialysis at a center in downtown Macon.

Macon, GA, 08/14/2018: Macon Transit Authority driver Charlie Huff watches over as Donald Wade exits a paratransit bus at his home in West Bibb County August 14, 2018, after receiving dialysis at a center in downtown Macon.

Macon, GA, 08/14/2018: Macon Transit Authority driver Charlie Huff watches over as Donald Wade exits a paratransit bus at his home in West Bibb County August 14, 2018, after receiving dialysis at a center in downtown Macon.

Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority has made more changes to help those who use their services. This summer, MTA introduced smart cards for riders to replace paper tickets to improve convenience for bus riders.

Now, MTA is offering those who use the Paratransit service some extra help with ticket purchases. Riders are able to purchase tickets for the the service at two Macon locations:

  • MTA office, 2737 Broadway
  • MTA Terminal State office, 200 Cherry Street

Ticket may be purchased at both locations on Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Read more here.