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Keolis proposes fare gates at 3 key rail stations Fare gates proposed at rail stations

Fare scofflaws, consider yourself fairly warned.

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's commuter rail provider plans to install fare gates at North, South, and Back Bay stations next winter, a proposal designed to cut down on ticket evasion.

Keolis Commuter Services would kick in an estimated $10 million for construction costs, as well as $7 million in yearly operating expenses, to cut down on fare evasion that costs the MBTA as much as $35 million a year. Riders have compl

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