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Riders decry change to paratransit service

Without public input, WTA eliminates 'will-call' in Whatcom County

Linda Joy De Long holds a newsletter from Whatcom Transportation Authority of its most recent changes.
Linda Joy De Long holds a newsletter from Whatcom Transportation Authority about changes that would no longer allow paratransit users to call for a pickup after finishing their errands. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Riders with disabilities who use Whatcom Transportation Authority’s paratransit system are ups
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