Those would be the easiest- the original Central-Belvedere Stations were built with fare collectors booths and turnstiles in the first place, later replaced with automatic turnstiles, before Edmonton Transit moved to the barrier free Proof of Payment collection we have today. Bay and Corona I suspect with opened with POP, but were designed around the earlier concepts of having fare control.I'd say most downtown underground stations, maybe Coliseum
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Investments in making transit a great alternative transportation method, shouldn't ever be seen as a waste of money.I'm sorry, but spending millions on fare gates while letting homeless people rove downtown with nowhere to go is a waste of money. FIX THE REAL PROBLEM!
Agreed. That's why money for transit shouldn't be used to install fare gates to keep homeless people out of stations. It should be used to improve service and reliability.Investments in making transit a great alternative transportation method, shouldn't ever be seen as a waste of money.