More than 200 people in the West Midlands have been fined for travelling without a ticket during July.
The figure of 212 is believed to be the highest since Central Trains started a crackdown on fare dodging in March.
Those caught have paid nearly £40,000 in fines and costs, have a court conviction against them and have been named and shamed in a poster campaign.
Central Trains has collected more than £120,000 in fines, costs and compensation since the crackdown began.
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