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Another problem for New Jersey Transit: collecting riders' fares

Evening commuters making their way towards a New Jersey Transit train platform at Penn Station earlier this year. The railroad carries about 165,000 people a day, up from 138,000 in 2009.

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NEW Jersey Transit, one of America's busiest commuter railroads, has been flogged by riders who have suffered through a brutal stretch of travel upheavals. The railroad's safety record is under scrutiny after a fatal derailment last year.

Now, questions are being raised...

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