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|Thursday, April 12, 2012|
TriMet released its final $12 million budget-balancing plan, which calls for $1.1 million in savings from route changes and service reductions.
Among other things, it calls for the elimination of downtown Portland's Free Rail Zone and the end of fare zones, setting up a flat-fare system that would see an adult ticket with a two-hour transfer jump to $2.50.
Monthly passes would also go up -- adults would pay $100, youths $30. However, honored citizens would not see changes.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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