How New York Commuters Can Evade Paying Subway Fares

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In New York, fare evaders have cost the city hundreds of millions of dollars. Every day, people jump over or duck under the subway turnstiles to avoid paying the fare. Sometimes they slip through the open emergency exit or crowd in behind a paying customer. In 2018, the city lost $215 million to fare beaters. Inside Edition’s Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero and her team decided to pay a visit to local subway stations to see what they could find.

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