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Don’t penalize regular bus riders

Re: Higher ridership key to ending financial woes (Letters, Oct. 10)

I agree with Robert Jones on growing transit ridership rather than penalizing those who use it regularly by increasing fares. I would also suggest reinstating the return transfer. For people in town only for a short time, it is cheaper to pay for parking than pay a round-trip fare.

Joanna Wilkinson

Victoria

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