Cities Where Riding the Bus Is Free

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
> Bus fare: Free
> Public transit commuters: 23,357 (15.10% of commuters)
> Population: 303,207

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Richmond, Virginia
> Bus fare: Free through June 30, 2025
> Public transit commuters: 5,092 (4.30% of commuters)
> Population: 225,676

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Salt Lake City, Utah
> Bus fare: Free
> Public transit commuters: 7,212 (6.40% of commuters)
> Population: 199,153

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San Francisco, California
> Bus fare: Free for those under 18 and over 65
> Public transit commuters: 138,913 (27.80% of commuters)
> Population: 865,933

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Savannah, Georgia
> Bus fare: Free
> Public transit commuters: 2,162 (3.10% of commuters)
> Population: 147,930

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