San Francisco police nab alleged counterfeiters

Police broke up an alleged counterfeiting ring that was costing the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (CA) an estimated $500 a day. An investigation by a local news team tipped off the police, who arrested two suspects and confiscated 287 tickets. Switching from paper transfers to the Clipper smart card could solve the problem, Muni’s Reginald Mason told CBS San Francisco, but the transition has not been easy. “The public here is so used to having transfers this would be a change in the way they do business,” he said. “And with change come problems and issues, as a lot of people don’t want to change.” Link to full story in CBS San Francisco.

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