City of Fredericton

Growth and Community Services Department, Recreation, Culture and Community Development Division, Transit Fare Assistance Program

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-460-2112
Fax 506-460-2243
E-Mail TFAP@fredericton.ca
Website www.fredericton.ca/en/transit/fares/transit-fare-assistance-program
Primary Contact Sebastián Salazar, Community & Social Policy Planner (Community Liaison), City of Fredericton; Phone: 506-460-2112; Fax: 506-460-2243; Email: sebastians@fredericton.ca
Alternate Contact Wanda Moulaisson, City of Fredericton; Phone: 506-460-2240; Fax: 506-460-2243; Email: wanda.moulaisson@fredericton.ca
Mailing Address Recreation, Culture & Community Development Office 
514 Queen St 
Fredericton, NB E3B 1B9
Description & Services
Description of service(s) The Transit Fare Assistance program is designed to provide additional support to community groups as they assist their clients' efforts to attend medical appointments, access education and training, seek employment or visit service providers by providing these community groups with regular bus tickets as well as Para Transit (formerly Dial-a-Bus) tickets.
Areas Served Fredericton
Eligibility In order to qualify, registered non-profit groups providing services in the following categories are considered eligible: 
- Community and Social Services 
- Preventative Health (mental and physical) 
- Education/Community Awareness (not related to the formal education system) 
 
In addition: 
1. The organization must be incorporated as a non-profit organization. (requests from individuals will not be considered) 
2. The organization must be based in Fredericton and deliver its services to the residents of Fredericton. 
Among other eligibility criteria. Please contact the Transit Fare Assistance Program contact person for more information. 
 
The application process for this program begins after the City's budgeting process has concluded at the end of each year and the selected applicants receive the tickets at the beginning of the year (January or February). Application forms and the eligibility criteria are on the City's website.
Application http://www.fredericton.ca/en/transit/fares/transit-fare-assistance-program (links on the right)
Languages English ; French
Fees None
Location information
Located In Community Fredericton
Address & Map
Recreation, Culture & Community Development Office
514 Queen St
Fredericton, NB E3B 1B9
Intersection Close to Queen and Carleton Streets
Accessibility Fully Accessible ; Ramp is located in alley on the east side of the building. ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (10) Local Government
Subjects
Service Categories Disability Related Transportation

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