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Important Changes to the MCTS’ GO Pass Program

Mental Health Task Force/ Make It Work Milwaukee Update

Some major changes are coming to the GO Pass Program. We are sharing this email from Milwaukee County which provides an update on the changes and timeline – please see below for more details and pass on this information to community members who may be impacted, as well as providers.

Note that Passholders who did not receive a letter from MCTS, have questions about their eligibility, or would like to meet with a Milwaukee County benefit specialist to discuss applying for the programs that would make them eligible for a GO pass, can call the Milwaukee County Aging and Disability Resource Centers at 414–289–5800.


Important Changes to the MCTS’ GO Pass Program

Dear community stakeholders,

Milwaukee County and the Milwaukee Transit System (MCTS) would like your help to spread some very important information throughout the community.

Milwaukee County’s free fare GO Pass program is changing. The three most significant of these changes go into effect in June, 2017:

New eligibility requirements to participate in the GO Pass program

  • Effective June 12, 2017 for current GO Pass users

$1 a day fare for eligible GO Pass riders

  • Effective June 26, 2017

Location change of administration of program (where new and replacement cards are issued)

  • Effective June 26, 2017

Current GO Pass passholders were mailed a letter outlining these changes and their eligibility to continue in the program. Passholders who did not receive a letter from MCTS, have questions about their eligibility, or would like to meet with a Milwaukee County benefit specialist to discuss applying for the programs that would make them eligible for a GO pass, can call the Milwaukee County Aging and Disability Resource Centers at 414–289–5800.

More information can be found here

Milwaukee County and MCTS appreciate your help spreading information about these changes.

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