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  1. It’s nice to see the increased barrier heights given the lack of enforcement for fare evaders, but it’s a lot of money replacing the existing railings. I think it can be done faster and for a much lower cost if they simply added a glass panel above the existing railing or use cable barrier. While people can still get over, it would be much more difficult and way more obvious.

    Additionally, it would be great to have BART upgrade fare gates in other stations to have clipper only lanes too. It would not only encourage increased use of clipper cards, but could reduce maintenance and downtime. An even better idea however may be to transition to limited use tickets similar to MUNI, where there would not be paper jams because it would be RFID similar to an actual clipper card. In the end it sounds like it’s about time to purchase new TVM’s and new Fare Gates.