Metro Transit promotes new Lost and Found

For passengers who might have lost an item while commuting on the light rail or bus, the Metro Transit’s revamped lost and found department could be their saving grace.

Metro Transit leaders speak to riders on safety initiatives

To deter crime, last month authorities upped their presence on trains and platforms. Community service officers are now out making sure people on the trains have paid to be on board, and giving violators a $35 citation.

Metro Transit fare enforcement citations

Starting Monday, Metro Transit will be asking for proof of fare payment and serving citations to riders who haven’t paid. Community Service Officers — members of the Metro Transit Police Department who are working towards becoming police officers — will board a train or bus and ask each rider for proof of payment. Proof of payment includes app tickets, Go-To card and paper transfers.