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More Metro riders switching to SmarTrip cards

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More Metro riders are making the switch to plastic farecards, just as the agency hoped they would when it raised the surcharge on paper farecards to $1 per trip. SmarTrip card purchases increased 27 percent in the first three months after the surcharge took effect on July 1, while paper farecard sales dropped 17 percent, Metro General Manager Richard Sarles told the board of directors...

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