The City of Moose Jaw is receiving over $190,000 in provincial grants for paratransit services through the Transit Assistance for People with Disabilities program (TAPD). 

TAPD is an annual provincial program that makes funding available to Saskatchewan municipalities that offer paratransit services. 

The funding, which was announced last week, includes $136,000 in operating grants and $55,000 in capital grants. 

The program provided over $3.7 million to 69 municipalities, including 14 cities and 55 towns, across the province that offer paratransit services. 


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