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Cubic, Delerrok team to offer cloud-based tech to small-, mid-size ops

Technology| August 7, 2018

Will provide cost-effective cloud ticketing solutions and transit management services previously only available to larger agencies

INIT to provide ticket vending, back-office fare system for Metrolink

Technology| July 24, 2018

Will allow the agency to integrate with third-party systems, while planning for prospective enhancements in the future.

Technology| July 23, 2018

Calif.'s SMART adds Masterpass, Apple Pay to eTickets app

SMART is the S.F. Bay Area’s newest transportation option for travel, offering passenger rail service in Sonoma and Marin counties.

Management & Operations| July 16, 2018

Caltrain takes new approach to fare enforcement

In the past, Caltrain has used a proof-of-payment/honor-based system, and conductors were responsible for daily fare inspections.

Management & Operations| July 16, 2018

L.A. Metro reduces bike-share fares, plans expansion

In reducing the walk-up price to just $1.75, Metro has now made the cost the same as a one-way fare for Metro’s Bus and Rail System.

Rail| July 9, 2018

Chicago's Metra launching 2 fare zone pilot programs

In May, the board of directors approved testing several recommendations that emerged from a study of its fare policies.

Management & Operations| June 14, 2018

NJ TRANSIT looking to upgrade fare payment systems

Upgrades include the acceptance of mobile payment and open contactless bank cards, and contactless fare cards.

Technology| May 30, 2018

Prague subway installs ten new Bitcoin ATMs

The machines, built by Czech Republic-based firm, General Bytes, combine for a total of 46 cryptocurrency ATMs in the country.

Management & Operations| May 10, 2018

Metra board approves fare pilot programs

The ideas were among recommendations that emerged from a fare policy study that began in 2016.

Technology| April 30, 2018

New research could potentially lead to turnstile-free mass transit

Ultra-wideband tech. could lead to better tracking of trains and buses, and potentially eliminate the need for turnstiles, tickets or cards.

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