News Tagged With: fare-evasion-enforcement
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July 15, 2013

Minneapolis Metro tracking fare evasion

Drivers on three of the agency’s busiest bus routes enter information into a computer when a customer doesn’t pay the full fare to pinpoint when and where people are not paying.


July 24, 2012

N.Y. MTA increasing bus patrols to catch fare evaders

The idea behind the use of the Eagle Team patrols is two-fold, first to serve as a deterrent against fare evasion and second to assist the NYPD, particularly notifying them about “hot spots” — locations where fare evasion is a problem.


March 28, 2012

Translink has no authority to enforce fare evasion fines

While it does have the authority to issue the $173 tickets, it is the responsibility of the provincial automobile insurance agency ICBC to collect fines when people choose to pay them, but ICBC has no authority to force people to pay.


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