News - Published on 9/19/2017

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What is fraud?

Fraud has more consequences than you would imagine (economical, logistical, human resources...). Often, it is not perceived as a crime, as for many, it has less impact. However, buying and validating transport tickets and passes allows the transport service to operate more efficiently.

Progressions:

Since May 2017, the amounts and the tariffs of fines have increased and behavioural offences are now subject to fines on the whole transport network (as of 8 June 2017).

Règlement simplifié des transports

Tarifs amendes 

 

How can we change passenger habits?

  • By reminding passengers of the importance of buying and validating travel tickets and passes
  • By informing passengers of the risks fraud involves and the type of conduct that will not be tolerated
  • By clearing displaying the penalty fees to inform and remind passengers

Fraud applies to everybody and in any event:

  • There is no such thing as “minor fraud”, no exceptions
  • It applies to every passenger, and every journey

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How to validate your ticket or card ?