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    Sacramento Regional Transit has created passenger-only zones in its light rail stations, using red paint to mark where the station starts. Passengers must possess a ticket to be within the red-marked zone.

Sacramento Regional Transit has created passenger-only zones in its light rail stations, using red paint to mark where the station starts. Passengers must possess a ticket to be within the red-marked zone. tbizjak@sacbee.com
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