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Fares Rising on VRE

The fares on the Virginia commuter trains are rising in two stages this month.

Effective today: Monthly and TLC fares increase 3 percent to offset the rise in fuel, insurance and maintenance costs.

Effective June 29: Fares for Ten-Ride, Five-Day and Single-Ride tickets will go up by varying amounts. Here's a link to the VRE chart that shows the impact on different trips.

The reduced fares will be 50 percent off the full fare equivalent. Here's a link to the VRE page that explains the reduced fare policies and categories.

By Robert Thomson  |  June 10, 2008; 1:31 PM ET
Categories:  transit  
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