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Submission + - Swedish fare dodgers taking grounds against transportation authorities (nytimes.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Every transit network has its fare beaters, the riders who view payment as either optional or prohibitively expensive. Many cities, most notably New York, view turnstile-jumpers as a top policing priority, reasoning that scofflaws might graduate to more serious crimes if left alone.

But in Stockholm, the offenders seem to have defeated the system.

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Swedish fare dodgers taking grounds against transportation authorities

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