The number of fines for rudeness doubled on the De Lijn network from 2015 to 2017Thursday, 08 March 2018 13:05
De Lijn explains these high increases by the greater number of targeted controls (+25%), and promises to keep stepping up this effort, especially on the tramways, where there is a higher number of riders without a ticket. The company had raised the fines in 2015. It also points out that 98% of its clientele properly pays its transportation tickets.
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