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This is done in Baltimore. In Baltimore's MTA, when someone rings the bell to get off, the automated announcement asks you to exit by the back. (Sadly, the Circulator there doesn't do that)

For comparison, Pittsburgh's Port Authority transit switched out of a pay-by-zone system on the buses and trains. That meant depending on where you are picked up going into the city, or dropped off out of the city, you had to pay and exit out front. Thankfully, they just switched to a flat-fee system and encourage card use by making it slightly cheaper... and to exit out the back.

by Kelly P on Aug 17, 2016 7:10 pm • linkreport

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