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Visa introduces global contactless transit payment program

Management & Operations| November 13, 2017

A company study found that transit agencies spend an average of 14.5 cents of every physical dollar collected, compared to only 4.2 cents for every digital dollar.

Masabi, Keolis, FAMOCO unveil low-cost mobile ticket validator

Technology| October 31, 2017

The validator delivers fast and reliable scanning of 2D barcode tickets displayed on a smartphone screen, along with smartcard and EMV-based contactless cards.

Technology| October 25, 2017

NY MTA to replace fare system with contactless, mobile payment

The new account-based system will allow customers a variety of convenient self-service options to manage their account, including via the web and on mobile devices.

Technology| October 11, 2017

Transit App integrates Masabi’s Justride SDK

Users will be able to browse fare types, make payments, and receive mobile tickets — all within the same app they already use for real-time information and multimodal journey planning.

Technology| October 6, 2017

Bytemark, MARTA teaming for mobile fare ticketing app

Using validators from hardware supplier, Kapsch, the visual and barcode-based tickets will allow MARTA to deliver an even better quality and affordable transit service to the people of Atlanta.

Bus| September 14, 2017

Innovation, clean fleets honored at BusCon 2017

METRO Magazine honored bus operations and their supplier partners for initiatives that helped them improve training, save money, run more efficiently, streamline operations, or improve safety, while PERC honored three operators for championing propane autogas.

Management & Operations| August 29, 2017

King County proposes flat fares for transit system

One-third of riders in a recent survey said the current system is too complex and difficult to understand.

Bus| August 21, 2017

Calif.'s Omnitrans introduces Token Transit mobile fare payment app

The transit agency expects that as customers switch from traditional paper passes to mobile fares, it will be able to save on printing and outlet distribution costs. 

Management & Operations| August 21, 2017

Cubic, Chicago Transit Authority’s Ventra mobile app hits 2M downloads

The Ventra app, developed and launched by Cubic, CTA, and its transit partners in November 2015, is a free, first-of-its kind, truly regional transit application in the U.S. that allows customers to plan, manage, and pay for their journeys across three transit systems from their mobile devices

Management & Operations| July 10, 2017

Sacramento RT lands grant to upgrade fare collection, signage

Many of the system’s existing fare vending machines are more than 15 years old and only accept cash and coin. The new machines will allow passengers to pay with credit, debit, and Connect Card — the region’s new transit smart card.

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