Senior citizens: Do senior citizens in your area ride on public transit for free?

I live in San Francisco, California. Senior citizens (age 65 or older) here ride on public transit for free, provided that their gross annual income for their household is at or below a specific income level. Example: a senior citizen who lives alone qualifies to ride on public transit for free, if his/her gross... show more I live in San Francisco, California.

Senior citizens (age 65 or older) here ride on public transit for free, provided that their gross annual income for their household is at or below a specific income level.

Example: a senior citizen who lives alone qualifies to ride on public transit for free, if his/her gross annual income is at or below $80,700.00

Two senior citizens sharing a household qualify to ride on public transit for free, provided that their gross annual income is at or below $92,250.00
Update: Qualifying senior citizens for free public transit provide proof of age and a statement that their gross annual income is at or below the qualifying income level. Applicants are then given a smart card that they can use when boarding all public transit vehicles in San Francisco.
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