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|Thursday, July 16, 2009|
Critics of the five-month-old commuter train say the WES is a money drain, with high operating expenses; the cost per rider has risen from $16.44 to $25.53. But TriMet plans to increase daily boarding significantly by next February, although attracting more riders won't help them break even.
Read the full story at the Daily Journal of Commerce.
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