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It's not so hard if you read the other half of the sign (which is out of focus). D-A is what is printed on the day passes now - day pass, adult.
I had 108 cash sales and only sold (13) Day Passes.Be patient, if you build it they will c_m
Great catch, Al! That's pretty funny, it's like the fare machine was designed by a computer instead of a human being. Having Honored Citizen (good on both TriMet and Streetcar) be the same button as the streetcar-only fare is really confusing. It also doesn't tell you that the streetcar fare is only good for 2 hours. It also doesn't sell youth or honored citizen day passes! Also the letter codes are meaningless to the public! So much is wrong with this.It should just say "Adult Day Pass (Good on TriMet & Streetcar)", "Adult 2-Hour Ticket (Good on TriMet & Streetcar)", and "Streetcar-only 2-Hour Ticket". Don't include the letter codes, but do include separate buttons for youth and honored citizens (or omit them altogether). This would still be somewhat confusing, but not quite as bad.
Street care Fare should be clearly listed-not hidden with the HC fares
Max, are you talking about the sign above the fare box with the tiny text?Also, the bottom option is ambiguous (does the slash mean "or" or "plus"? And "Cancel" looks like a fare.
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