Most public transport companies provide barrier-free facilities and services, such as passenger lifts, stairlifts, portable ramps, etc., for those who have such a need. In addition, bus companies also provide low floor and wheelchair ramps to facilitate access to their service. These arrangements have made it easier and more flexible for the elderly to commute by public transport. Besides, the fare at $2 is definitely a great incentive. However, it is always safe to check in advance the schedule of buses with low floors and the exits' location for those in a wheelchair to ensure that we can plan our route and schedule more accurately.
Information about the major public transport services and their barrier-free facilities are as follows:
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