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SPX Genfare’s Fast Fare is Complete Fare Collection System

Posted on October 13, 2014

SPX Genfare is showcasing the Fast Fare revolutionary line of fare collection equipment. The Fast Fare was designed to accept and validate all forms of media from mobile ticketing and smart cards to magnetics and the traditional cash and tokens. The Fast Fare is one of several elements that connect to create a complete fare collection system.

Within the Fast Fare line, the Fast Fare-e offers all of the highlights of the Fast Fare in a smaller, sleek and versatile form designed to work in cooperation with the Fast Fare or as a singular product in a streetcar, paratransit vehicle, bus, train and much more. The sole difference between the full Fast Fare and Fast Fare-e is the full Fast Fare acceptance of cash and tokens.  

The perfect addition to any transit system, the new Genfare Mobile Payment is designed for today’s savvy commuter who wants to simply plan, pay and board. Genfare Mobile Payment provides agencies with a new form of payment that allows the agency to operate in one of two modes. The first as a stand-alone with visual validation or the mobile payment can be combined with our Fast Fare line to provide electronic validation in a single step.

These are just a few of the many products and systems you will be able to interact with when you visit the SPX Genfare booth during EXPO and don’t forget to stop by daily to discover the exclusive LEGO set given out.

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