The CMT Transit Try & Ride Program is a complimentary program for the region’s commuters in Missouri and Illinois. There is no fee to participate. Participants are asked to commit to use transit for two months for their commutes to work (this does not mean every day of the week for eight weeks – the commitment includes transit travel 3 to 4 days per week). CMT will cover one month of tickets and the second month will be covered on their own (many commuters may even work for an employer who covers the cost of the transit pass or a portion of the cost). Participants will also be asked to take a quick survey upon registration and then again at the end of their two month transit commitment.
A participant will sign a letter of commitment agreeing to these terms for the two month period. Once registered, commuters will receive the Try & Ride Packet in the mail.
PROGRAM RULES AND REGULATIONS:
CMT reserves the right to deny any application for any reason. In addition, any incomplete applications for the CMT Try & Ride program will not be processed and will be denied. This program is only eligible for individuals who do not currently take transit for the work commute. If for some reason, CMT suspects abuse of the program i.e. more than 2 applications from the same address within a three-month period, all applications will be denied. Thanks for participating.
Letter of Commitment, Assumption of Risk and Release Agreement
This is a legally binding document:
By selecting yes above, I agree to the terms of the Citizens for Modern Transit Try & Ride Program.
IN SELECTING YES ABOVE, I ACKNOWLEDGE AND REPRESENT THAT I have read the foregoing agreement, understand all its provisions, and sign it voluntarily as my own free act and deed. I warrant that no oral representation, statement, or inducements, apart from the foregoing written agreement, have been made.
***CMT reserves the right to reject any application at any time for any reason.***
Fraudulent applications resulting in abuse of the program, including resale of tickets, may result in civil and criminal penalties.
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