Transit Riders: Please use New Address to Send in Reduced Fare and Ride Free Fare Program Applications
February 19, 2019
February 19, 2019
The RTA has entered into an agreement with a new vendor that will process RTA Reduced Fare and Ride Free applications and produce permits beginning on February 25, 2019. The new vendor was chosen from a competitive procurement process performed in 2018.
The new vendor, located in the RTA region, will receive new applications via U.S. mail at: Regional Transportation Authority P.O. Box 301150, Chicago, IL 60630.
Applications and mail sent to the previous vendor will be forwarded to the new vendor which may delay processing applications and producing permits. Riders are encouraged to send applications to Omicron Technologies at the new address if possible.
Applications will continue to be accepted at RTA’s four satellite centers in Chicago at the following locations:
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