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April 24, 2014

Cubic receives Calif. Clipper card add-on contract

The $7.5 million contract from Metropolitan Transportation Commission to expand the fare payment system to more than a dozen suburban transit agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area.


December 12, 2013

AC Transit to streamline fares

Canceled a fare increase planned for this summer. The agency opted to eliminate paper transfers, institute a Day Pass and offer local discounts for Clipper Card users instead.


September 17, 2013

Cubic unveils mobile site for Calif. Clipper Card

Gives Clipper Card customers the convenience of checking their card balance, adding fare products to their cards, registering their cards and ordering new cards, all using a mobile phone.


October 26, 2012

Cubic wins BART contract for expanded rail

The Clipper Card fare payment system will be used once the Warm Springs Extension opens in 2015.


October 18, 2011

S.F. Muni free youth bus passes could cost $13M

An agency study found that it would cost almost twice what was initially projected to provide free bus service to every city resident between the ages of 5 and 17, as well as require expanded peak-time service and new vehicles.


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