Cities Where Riding the Bus Is Free

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Scottsdale, Arizona
> Bus fare: Free (trolley only)
> Public transit commuters: 485 (0.40% of commuters)
> Population: 238,685

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Summit County, Colorado
> Bus fare: Free
> Public transit commuters: 1,659 (8.80% of commuters)
> Population: 31,042

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Tacoma, Washington
> Bus fare: Free
> Public transit commuters: 6,529 (6.00% of commuters)
> Population: 217,332

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Vail, Colorado
> Bus fare: Free
> Public transit commuters: 398 (12.90% of commuters)
> Population: 4,900

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Washington, District of Columbia
> Bus fare: Free beginning July 1, 2023
> Public transit commuters: 100,595 (27.10% of commuters)
> Population: 683,154

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