In 2010, the City of Boston piloted a new card to make the City’s educational resources easier for students to access. Rather than carry a separate MBTA pass, school ID, library card and community center card, students at Josiah Quincy Upper School only needed one card – the Boston One Card.
Following the successful pilot program, the One Card program is continuing at the Josiah Quincy Upper School and expanding to thirteen more high schools in Boston Public Schools. Approximately 8,000 high school students will be using the One Card this school year.
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