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Copper wire thieves hurting SEPTA rail service

Rail| February 16, 2012
Metal scavengers are cutting copper wires from overhead poles and between tracks, stranding trains and endangering passengers. As a result, the agency is spending about $500,000 a year to repair and replace damaged equipment.

Transit patrols decreasing TriMet crime

Rail| February 7, 2012
In 2005, 780 crimes were reported in the MAX system, dropping to a low of 413 crime reports in 2009.
Bus| November 2, 2011

Theft of handheld electronics on public transit rising

NYCT reports subway crime has risen 17 percent so far in 2011, with about 1,000 riders the victims of larceny. The Apple iPhone is listed as the most popular item to be stolen.
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