Jose Ramos boards a StaRT bus at a stop by the community center in Ceres on Friday. Transit operators in Ceres, Turlock, Oakdale, Riverbank and unincorporated towns aren’t making enough money to justify big government subsidies under a new funding formula.
Jose Ramos boards a StaRT bus at a stop by the community center in Ceres on Friday. Transit operators in Ceres, Turlock, Oakdale, Riverbank and unincorporated towns aren’t making enough money to justify big government subsidies under a new funding formula. cwinterfeldt@mercedsun-star.com
Jose Ramos boards a StaRT bus at a stop by the community center in Ceres on Friday. Transit operators in Ceres, Turlock, Oakdale, Riverbank and unincorporated towns aren’t making enough money to justify big government subsidies under a new funding formula. cwinterfeldt@mercedsun-star.com

Stanislaus County bus and dial-a-ride passengers could see higher fares or fewer ride options

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