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Lynn Gilles
Transit Manager

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    530 Doty Street
    Fond du Lac, WI 54935   Map It
    Phone: 920-322-3650
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    M-F: 7:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m
Departments / Transit / Senior & Disabled Citizens

Senior & Disabled Citizens


If you're age 65 or older or a Disabled Citizen, you're eligible to ride for 75¢ on all regularly scheduled FDLAT Bus Routes. All you have to do is provide proof of age/disability and complete the registration form to get your FDLAT Reduced Fare Card. Then, just show your card to bus drivers when you pay your fare. Nothing could be easier! Medicare Card is also recognized as a reduced fare card. There is no further need to prove eligibility if you have a Medicare Card.

REDUCED FARE CARD

A reduced fare card is unnecessary if you have either a Medicare card or proof of age (i.e. driver’s license, birth certificate, ID card, etc.). Please show your identification or Medicare card directly to the bus driver and you will be eligible for reduced fare. No need to carry around a card.

 

If you have a specific circumstance that doesn't allow you to fit in either of the above categories, please fill out the Reduced Fare Card Application along with a detailed description of your circumstance by your doctor. it will be reviewed and if approved you will receive a reduced fare card.





Register by Mail
You may apply for your card through the mail using the Reduced Fare Card Application Form. Call FDLAT information at 322-3650 for assistance. Be sure to read and follow all instructions on the form carefuly and completely. When finished, mail your application to:   
Fond du Lac Area Transit   
P.O. Box 150   
Fond du Lac, WI 54936-0150   
or FAX to 920-322-3651

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