Can people who were born in September 1952 get a reduced bus fare?


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Individuals who were born in September 1952 may qualify for a senior citizen bus fare, depending on their location. Individuals should check their local bus system's website to see if they qualify for any reduced fares.

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The American Association of Retired Persons provides discounts for a variety of services and locations. To qualify for AARP status, one must submit an application and be 50 years of age or older. Some transit associations require senior citizens to be 65 years of age or older. Both the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in New York City and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority in Boston require citizens to apply for a reduced fare and be at least 65 years old, as of 2015.

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