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Genfare founder Reichard Jr. passes away at 97

Technology| April 24, 2018

His 40-plus years of contributions to APTA helped the business members gain acceptance and approval with the organization and helped the industry make important progress

Q&A with Palm Tran Executive Director Clinton B. Forbes

Management & Operations| April 23, 2018

METRO Magazine Managing Editor Alex Roman talked to Forbes about the agency’s workforce development program, its route maximization project, and his plans for the future of Palm Tran.

Technology| April 17, 2018

INIT launches Portland-Vancouver virtual ticketing app

The app is the result of a collaboration between INIT, TriMet, and moovel and uses Google Pay to complete transactions.

Management & Operations| March 7, 2018

MBTA commuter rail customers can now use Apple Pay

The introduction of Apple Pay enables customers to purchase fares with just a tap, reducing the amount of time to make a purchase.

Bus| February 22, 2018

INIT, OCTA launch mobile e-fare system

With OC bus mobile, riders can now scan a QR code from their smartphones on the INIT validators to pay for fares when boarding.

Technology| February 8, 2018

EXCLUSIVE: The rollout of contactless ticketing in Europe

One of the basics in any transport system is ticketing. Efficiently collecting payment remains at the core of the role of most operators.

Rail| January 24, 2018

World’s largest subway system goes cashless, adopts QR code

On average, as many as 10 million people, more than Hong Kong’s population, take the Shanghai subway.

Technology| December 19, 2017

Alaska's People Mover launches Masabi mobile ticketing

Passengers can now download the free People Mover mTicket app for Android or Apple, and turn their smartphones into both ticket machine and ticket.

Management & Operations| December 7, 2017

Texas' Wichita Falls switching to app-based fare collection system

Delerrok Inc. will manage most of the customer service information and payments, but payments can be made at the travel center to “reload” the fare cards.

Technology| November 22, 2017

MBTA taps Cubic-John Laing consortium for next-gen fare collection system

Known as AFC 2.0, the new system has a total program value, for capital and operating costs, of approximately $723 million, which includes operating costs through 2031.

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