Mass. offers free transit program for some Medicaid recipients

04/22/2005 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Massachusetts officials plan to give free public transit passes to as many as 146,000 people on Medicaid. The free-pass program will be for use in traveling to and from appointments with health care providers at offices or hospitals, and the state hopes the program will help save on costs for transportation, such as taxis, which can cost up to $40.

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