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... 71   This chapter presents overarching conclusions and areas for future research. Conclusions Over the last decade, a handful of transit agencies in the United States have considered eliminating cash fare collection from buses.
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... 72 Considering the Unbanked in Cashless Fare Payment at Point of Service for Bus/Demand-Response Services 4. "One more trip" policy: Some new fare policies -- particularly "one more trip" policies that allow a negative balance for one trip so customers have the opportunity to reload -- are likely to be implemented by agencies with account-based fare systems who want to eliminate onboard cash fares.
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... Conclusions and Future Research 73   to assess satisfaction levels and travel behavior changes. Finally, analysis of ridership trends before and after implementation should also be performed.

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