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Seattle targets inequality - on public transit

Its transit system, which is starting a project pricing tickets based on passengers' income, is being closely watched around the nation

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On Sunday, the county transit system for the Seattle metropolitan area began hurtling down a road that few cities have travelled before: pricing tickets based on passengers' income.

SeaTac, Washington

ON Sunday, the county transit system for the Seattle metropolitan area began hurtling down a road that few cities have travelled before: pricing tickets based on passengers' income.

The project, which is being closely watched around the nation, gives discounts on

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