|FROM ||Ruben I Safir
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Metro Card Programming
Yeah - And, but usually they did and they ***wanted*** to every time. The cost of changing the
token was ***always*** a consideration of the fare raise.
Again, this was selling point 1.0 of the origianl design.
On 2003.04.07 15:52 Joe Villari wrote:
> >>>they make it too easy to raise prices,
> >>uhh, how so more than anything else???
> > Because changing the price only takes a little data entry, and not the recall
> > of 2.3 million tokens. This was a SELLING point of the new system.
> This not entirely true, the MTA did not always change the tokens when it
> had fare increases.
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