Jax Posted September 18, 2007 Share Posted September 18, 2007 A friend of mine at Baylor wants to get a monthly metro pass to use on the rail. Baylor offers a subsidized monthly pass for $10 per month or something like that. The only problem is that we were told it's only valid for the busses not the rail. They said she could find a bus, get on, get a transfer, get off, then go to the rail, but she was not allowed to board the rail with the monthly pass. Doesn't this seem ridiculous? Does anybody know why this is? And what other options are there for a monthly metro RAIL pass? The bad part is it probably won't be subsidized. Why would Baylor give their employees tickets that are valid for busses only, when the rail is so close to Baylor? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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