City supports 26 community groups through Transit Fare Assistance Program

The City of Fredericton is pleased to announce that the 2021 Transit Fare Assistance Program has been able to provide regular single-ride and Para Transit tickets to 26 community agencies or programs. Tickets were allocated based on identified need and ticket availability. This program does not offer monthly bus passes.

The non-profit agencies receiving support in 2021 are:

  1. Ability New Brunswick
  2. AIDS New Brunswick
  3. Autism Connections
  4. Big Brothers Big Sisters
  5. Boys & Girls Club of Fredericton
  6. Capital Region Mental Health & Addictions
  7. Central Valley Adult Learning Association
  8. Christ Church Cathedral
  9. Evelyn Grove Manor Tenants Association
  10. Family Enrichment Services
  11. Fredericton Community Kitchens Inc
  12. Fredericton Community Services (Greener Village)
  13. Fredericton Downtown Community Health Centre (UNB)
  14. Jobs Unlimited
  15. John Howard Society of Fredericton
  16. Liberty Lane
  17. The Meeting Place (Christ Central Church)
  18. Multicultural Association of Fredericton
  19. Neil Squire Society
  20. New Brunswick Association for Community Living
  21. New Brunswick Community Harvest Gardens
  22. Opal III (Fredericton Respite Services)
  23. Riverstone Recovery Centre
  24. Salvation Army Community Church (Family Services)
  25. Tannery Court Co-operative
  26. YMCA Fredericton (Family Friend Program)

The 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. Under the program, these agencies can apply to receive Transit and Para Transit tickets to distribute to their clients. The program will operate throughout 2021.

Participating groups must demonstrate sound management and accountability for all tickets they receive by submitting Ticket Usage Records to the City each month.