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  1. I dont try to look to deep into it because I myself have seen operators get real petty with passengers out of 103rd in the past on the 6 especially when passengers were short cash. I remember being on the 6 a few years back heading southbound and we were at State and Monroe I believe and one lady got on the bus and at the time the fare was $2.25 and she paid $2.15 and told the driver that's all she had. The operator then told her about the fare policy and she pretty much went to go sit down after they exchanged a few choice words but this operator was so hell bent on getting her off he sat the
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  2. The passenger who was short on his fare knew that before he boarded. He should have informed the driver before putting any money in the fare box or tapping his Ventra Card. If the driver kicks him off, just gets off with no problem. It's the passenger 's responsibility to have the proper fare. That said, I think the driver possibly overreacted. I say possibly because I don't know if this driver had a previous encounter with this same person who may have been trying to get over. This is the only reason I can see the driver kicking him off the bus and not letting others pay
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  3. Likely falls under "business to be at the airport" which sounds like it would be enforced at the discretion of the officer. Seems like a strong-handed move to address the homeless situation, which of course would be better spent helping people or fixing causes rather than telling people to go sleep somewhere else.
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