Jefferson City Looks to Increase Bus Fare
"There's Saturday's I end up walking to Wal-mart, you know, and I live in the downtown area, so that's probably a three mile walk," bus rider Shane Jones said.It's a walk Jones said would be worth the extra fifty cents to be able to use the bus instead of using his legs. But, Landwehr says bus rides on weekends are not in the immediate plans. Jones will take whatever the city can offer.
"I would take it with a grain of salt I guess, you know, do what you can do," Jones said.
The council is expected to vote on the fare increase in two weeks.