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ticketless

(ˈtɪkɪtləs)
adj
without tickets or not requiring tickets
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In August, 1,302 ticketless passengers caught in buses, 789 in trolleybuses and 360 in trams.
TRAIN passengers in Wales are soon to go "ticketless" with the introduction of a "tap and go" method of payment similar to the Oystercard system on London's Underground.
Hundreds of ticketless train travellers using Birmingham New Street station were issued with penalty fares during a cross-industry clampdown.
HUNDREDS of ticketless train travellers have been nabbed in a swoop at Birmingham New Street station.
Steven Fisher, of West Midlands Railway, said: "Operations like this area great exam-ple of cross-industry working and will reassure fare-paying passengers that we are doing all we can to prevent ticketless travel on our network.
And that could lead to mayhem on Madrid's streets with ticketless fans kicked out of Uefa fan zones THRee HoURs before kick-off.
For those who purchase tickets, Ticketless VIP Upgrades will be available to the general public at 10:00 a.
The company has collected almost PS1,300,000 in revenue from ticketless rail travellers using West Midlands Railway and London Northwestern Railway services to the capital.
The company has collected PS1,284,746 in revenue from ticketless rail travellers using London Northwestern Railway and West Midlands Railway services over the past 12 months.
The DCO also imposed Rs 4550 fine to three ticketless passengers and listened the passengers' complaints and ordered solution of problems on the spot.
TICKETLESS fans and the behaviour of supporters "determined" to reach turnstiles were "twin factors" that may have contributed to a crush outside Hillsborough, a jury was told.
59.36 crore from ticketless and irregular travellers for the period April to June.