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August 2, 2012

TransLink tweeting warnings to fare cheats

Posting updates of where and when some SkyTrain fare stings will run. The agency estimates it loses $7 million a year through fare evasion.


June 21, 2012

Critics use Twitter to protest ending UTA fare-free zone

UTA officials said the move is intended to improve safety and operations, as incidents of criminal behavior were related to people using the system.


June 15, 2009

Merced County Transit joins Twitter

Through Twitter, Merced County Transit followers will receive real-time updates on their cell phones and computers regarding route delays, service changes, and special announcements.


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