Andrew Mollenbeck, wtop.com
WASHINGTON - Metro riders have a new way to cut the payment line.
SmarTrip users can now sign up for a program called Auto Reload, which automatically adds money to fare cards once they drop below a certain dollar amount.
If it sounds like E-ZPass, it is. Riders can decide how much money to add when their card balance drops below $20, or below $10 for riders with senior citizen and disability cards.
The maximum reload purchase per day is $300.
Metro says it tested the Auto Reload feature with more than 1,300 customers.
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