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New TAP vending machine screen prompts coming to more stations

We posted earlier this year about the new TAP vending machine screen prompts being tested at Union Station. The new prompts — shown in the video above — will now be coming soon to some other busy Metro Rail stations. 100 more words

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Metro Board approves $5.6-billion budget

The budget is for the fiscal year beginning July 1 and ending June 30, 2016. It calls for no fare increases in the coming fiscal year or any cuts to bus service hours. 265 more words

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It's time to change fares on NJ Transit's River Line

A proposed 9% fare increase on NJ Transit has provoked popular consternation among commuters.  Local bus fares are receiving a slightly lower increase of about 6%.  379 more words

New Jersey

PT4 Fares, Economies and Sustainability

The Fare Cap

MAY 21, 2015 – The Ferry Advisory Committee chairs were pleased, and surprised, with the announcement of the 1.9% preliminary fare cap. Surprised, because with a nominal 2% inflationary increase in expenses, and the substantial capital program, we were expecting a much higher cap. 1,972 more words

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A Silver Lining in NJ Transit's Fare Hikes, or the Importance of Local Rail Fares

NJ Transit’s 2010 fare hike was the steepest in the agency’s history.  Commuter rail fares rose by about 25%, as did interstate bus fares on lines to Philadelphia and New York. 491 more words

New Jersey

Public vehicle drivers told not increase transport charges/ fares

Notwithstanding fuel price increase, various transport unions have directed their members not to increase transport fares across the country.

Just some few days ago, fuel prices rose by 9%, with the rising review in prices, premium will now sell at GH¢3.33 per liter, instead of GH¢3.05, while a liter of diesel, which was sold at GH¢2.97, is now GH¢3.24. 98 more words

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All-door boarding test begins Monday on 720 Rapid Bus

Metro will begin an eight-week test of all-door boarding on Monday on the 720 Rapid Bus that runs along Wilshire Boulevard. The test will be in two locations: westbound Wilshire/Vermont during weekday mornings and eastbound Wilshire/Westwood during weekday afternoons. 192 more words

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