Rail

Free rides on Mass.’ ‘T’ coming to an end

Posted on April 11, 2012

BOSTON — Free rides on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority as a result of crowding on rush-hour trains, conductors too busy to reach every passenger or human error are ending as of July 1, when the agency will retire its 12-ride pass and six-month expiration, replacing it with a 10-ride pass good for 30 days, boston.com reported.

Fare evasion was a frequent complaint at recent hearings the agency held across the region. For the full story, click here.

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