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Charlotte system to target light rail fare evaders

Rail| June 21, 2010
Transit agency is preparing report on fare evasion and plans to hire nine security guards to ride the rails seeking patrons who don't have tickets.

D.C Metro to raise fares, add peak-period pricing

Rail| May 28, 2010
The fare changes are expected to be enacted system-wide on June 27. The new fares will generate $108.7 million to help close a $189 million shortfall and build a sound budget for the new fiscal year.
Bus| May 21, 2010

LA Metro board adopts FY2010-11 budget

For the second year in a row, the budget assumes no wage increase, however, Metro is negotiating new contracts this spring with its major labor unions representing operators, maintenance employees and clerks.
Rail| May 20, 2010

Fort Worth system to hold meeting on second round of cuts

The first phase occurred in October 2009. The second part would increase the regional day pass from $7.50 to $10 in October of this year.
Bus| May 10, 2010

Cubic to equip Australia with e-ticketing system

The contract is valued at $370 million for the design, development and implementation and fixed maintenance components of the Public Transport Ticketing Corp., Sydney’s Electronic Ticketing System.
Accessibility| April 15, 2010

NJ Transit approves adjusted fare, service plan

Fare plans will take effect May 1, 2010. Under the new plan there will be a modest 10-percent increase for local bus and light rail customers. Current Access Link services for people with disabilities who are unable to use regular bus service, and selected bus routes in eight counties will be maintained.
Bus| April 8, 2010

Rider concerns push NJ Transit to modify fare hike

After listening to customers and rail advocates protest a proposed 25 percent fare increase at a recent public hearing, transit officials will adjust plans for raising fares.
Accessibility| April 1, 2010

APTA: 84 percent of transit systems raising fares, cutting service

The association’s latest report, "Impacts of the Recession on Public Transportation Agencies", shows that since Jan. 1, 2009, 84 percent of public transit systems have raised fares, cut service or are considering either of those actions. Fifty-nine percent of public transit systems reported that they have already cut service or raised fares.
Bus| March 25, 2010

N.Y. MTA to cut service, raise fares

Two subway lines will be eliminated, and a 7.5 percent fare increase is planned for next year. Service cuts will save the authority approximately $93 million.
Accessibility| March 24, 2010

Oklahoma paratransit maintains service, ups fees

After Lift Program riders spoke out about a planned service decrease, the Tulsa City Council has raised the fare for its Lift Program. The Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority has agreed to cover the cost to maintain the hours through the end of the fiscal year.

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