No train ticket? Commuters face £1,000 fine
RAIL commuters from Gloucester who head over the border into Wales are being warned they could face a £1,000 fine if they do not have a valid ticket in a new crackdown announced by Arriva Trains Wales.
Peter Northcott, head of revenue protection and security, said: "Arriva Trains Wales employs experienced revenue protection teams to randomly descend on station exits and trains to check that passengers have the correct ticket for their journey.
"In the past year, more than 1,400 cases have been taken to court, recovering over £10,000 in avoided fares for the firm. We are clamping down on fare evasion."
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