ticketless


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ticketless

(ˈtɪkɪtləs)
adj
without tickets or not requiring tickets
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KARACHI -- A senior official of Pakistan Railways has called for shunning the ticketless travel.
Contract notice: Framework for supply and installation of automated ticketless car park management systems.
Jonathan Hough QC, counsel to the inquests, said: "The force is looking to put forward witnesses on the basis that those witnesses are likely to describe large numbers of ticketless fans or fans behaving in a drunken way?
They accused Mansour of buying out all the tickets before the match to allow security forces to deal with ticketless fans.
CASH Gates at Hillsborough A TURNSTILE operator told the Hillsborough inquest yesterday staff regularly let ticketless fans in to earn extra cash.
ROBOTS repairing rail infrastructure and ticketless technology could be among the features of train travel by the middle of the century, says a report.
I use the Metro 10/12 times per week, on arrival at my station to be greeted by groups of ticketless teenagers with feet on the seats, often smoking and spitting and subjecting anyone in hearing distance to a cacophony of foul and obscene language.
Some allegations were made that ticketless Liverpool fans helped cause the disaster, but Lord Taylor said: "Figures suggested there was not a significant body of ticketless fans in the crowd.
TICKETLESS Celtic fans have been ordered to stay away from Manchester ahead of Tuesday's vital Champions League clash.
FARE-dodger busting staff who have reduced levels of ticketless travel in the West Midlands to their lowest ever have received official recognition for their efforts.
MAY I once again point out, in relation to the letter from I Charters, in Tuesday's Daily Post, that Hillsborough was not caused by ticketless fans trying to get in?