Why do some buses make you pay when you enter, and others make you pay when you exit? It seems that pay-as-you-exit leaves the bus driver vulnerable to theft of service if someone jumps off the bus without paying. What do you think? | You Had to Ask | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper

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Why do some buses make you pay when you enter, and others make you pay when you exit? It seems that pay-as-you-exit leaves the bus driver vulnerable to theft of service if someone jumps off the bus without paying. What do you think?

Question: Ted Greenstone, Squirrel Hill

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