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Metro Fare Jumpers Explain Why and How They Evade Tickets in L.A.

by Michael Linder | Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Metro believes one in 12 people evade fares in L.A. That can only rise with the new fare hikes. Some people leap the gates. But L.A. is a highly creative town, where rogue riders glide through validation points without a Transit Access Pass – an “abusive TAP” in Metrospeak. Others squeeze through turnstiles as a congealed uni-group. Read the full story: Metro Fare Jumpers Explain Why and How They Evade Tickets in L.A.

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