Please go to Form Explorer, Press F4, type in "othercredit" press Enter, it will open other credits worksheet, scroll down a bit to see "Public Transit passes- Line 364"
if you dont know where to enter a particular credit, go to Form Explorer, press F4, in the top right corner, you will see four buttons, one of these is "key" ( default is "detail" ) click on Key, you will see a smaller column to the left of screen with a smaller search field on top, in this smaller search field type in word, for example in this case type in "transit", below in this column, it will pick up similar words, if you select "transit" from these words, it will show "other credits" in wider column to the right, now you can open this
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