TTC suspects adult riders using student Metropasses to scam system

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Senior officials at the Toronto Transit Commission suspect that an increase in the sale of student Metropasses, plus a corresponding drop in the sale of adult passes, may add up to fraud. At Thursday’s TTC board meeting, general secretary Vince Rodo reported that sales of the regular full-price adult monthly pass are down by about five per cent, but that’s been more than offset by growth in post-secondary pass sales.

Read more about fraudulent subway users at CBC News.