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October 31, 2012

TriMet ups security, fare enforcement

A new K-9 team was certified to join the TriMet Transit Police Division, bringing the force to 62 officers including four full-time K-9 explosives teams. Additionally, six new fare enforcers start work, joining two others hired earlier this year, which brings the fare enforcement team to the full-time equivalent of 26.


June 20, 2012

Bus fare cheats cost N.Y. MTA $50M annually

Upped its estimate from $14 million each year. The agency is looking into fare evasion deterrents that would include more police enforcement.


February 1, 2012

TriMet increases fare enforcement citations, exclusions

In December, the agency saw a 10-fold increase in citations compared to December 2010. Riders without a valid fare face a $175 citation or an exclusion of up to 90 days.


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