The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (DC) is looking for new ways to combat fare evasion at Metrorail stations.
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An audit identified multiple security lapses at the facility where MBTA workers count nearly $200 million a year.
The MBTA is losing millions of dollars a year to fare evasion, especially on its commuter rail trains.
The Sacramento Regional Transit District (CA) is fighting fare evasion by painting red lines around its light-rail stations to create a paid-fare zone.
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Hackers have found a way to use a smart phone and two apps to score a free ride on Vancouver’s TransLink (BC), according to CTV News.
ICYMI: MBTA CTO wants to improve how the authority crunches data, TransitScreen raises seed capital, and NJ TRANSIT riders are object to audio recordings.
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The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (CA) is testing two types of technology to reduce fare evasion.
A glitch with Oyster card readers led to free travel for thousands of Transport for London (UK) customers on January 2.