Why fares are rising again for people with disabilities
Fair vs Fare is back on the radar with a new app that lets people with physical disabilities get a break on the cost of travel.
The app launched last month on Apple’s App Store, Google Play and Android Market, offering a cheaper fare and a lower fare than what many people use on their smartphones.
Fair vs Fare allows users to pick a fare for the day, the route, and the time of day.
The app will then automatically calculate a fare based on the time, route and distance to the nearest train station.
A trip from Los Angeles to Denver is currently around $35 for a direct flight.
For a trip from San Francisco to Seattle, the fare is $40.
The company has already added a fare calculator and updated its website with details about how to use the app.
The cost of a trip on the app will be based on an average fare for that day.
Users can adjust the amount they pay based on how much they use the ride.
Fair vs Fair will work with the app to calculate the fare for people who are blind or visually impaired, as well as for people on the road or on disability pay.
It is not yet clear how the app works, or whether it will be available in all U.S. cities, or what it will cost.
The new app comes after a series of fare hikes for people like Amy Wiechner, a wheelchair-bound, deaf woman from San Jose, California.
Her first fare increase last year was a whopping 27% from $15 to $18.
It was the highest fare increase in 20 years.
The first Fair vs. Fare fare calculator was launched on Facebook in 2015, and then was released on the App Store in 2017.
It has since gained more than 7 million downloads and received the highest rating from the app store in the United States.
The Fair vs Pay app has become a popular travel app for people in mobility and mobility-impaired groups.
Many of its users use the App store, where they can choose between a lower price, an even cheaper fare, or both.
The iPhone app launched in 2016, and is available for free to iPhone and iPad users.
Google Play has not yet launched the app for Android, but its developer has said it plans to do so in the coming months.