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Fare dodgers end up paying £121,500 to ride the railway
Fare dodgers are more than £121,500 worse off after Greater Anglia prosecuted them for getting on trains with no intention of buying a ticket.
On Monday 9 October, 129 people appeared before Southend Magistrates’ Court charged with fare evasion in Essex.
The court imposed fines of £25,312 and ordered the fare dodgers to also pay £12,900 in costs.
On Monday 6 November, a further 134 people appeared before Southend Magistrates’ Court, also for fare evasion, and were fined £25,593 and ordered to pay £13,400 in costs.
Cambridge North sees continued passenger growth six months on
Passenger numbers at the UK’s newest railway station – Cambridge North – are continuing to grow six months after the station was opened, figures have revealed.
Act Smart and win a trip to the 02 with Greater Anglia
COMMUTERS still using paper season tickets are being urged to make the switch to Smart Cards – putting them in with a chance to bag themselves an all-expenses paid trip to the 02 with a friend.
Greater Anglia’s Season Ticket Smart Switch invites travellers about to renew their weekly, monthly or annual paper passes to ditch the old technology in favour of Smart Cards.
New season ticket customers are also welcome to enter the competition that opens on Monday 13th November.