Los Angeles County Ends Honor System on Subway

Since its first stretch of track opened in 1990, the Los Angeles County light rail system used what amounted to an honor system for its tickets. Now, the board of the county's Metropolitan Transportation Authority has voted to make the system work like it does in every other big city by approving locking gates.
May 25, 2012

Since its first stretch of track opened in 1990, the Los Angeles County light rail system used what amounted to an honor system for its tickets. Now, the board of the county's Metropolitan Transportation Authority has voted to make the system work like it does in every other big city by approving locking gates.

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