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December 18, 2012

Cubic, Transport for London partner for fare payment

Passengers traveling by bus in London have the option of paying their fare with their contactless debit, credit or charge card by simply presenting it to one of the card readers on the bus.


October 18, 2011

Cubic receives EMV bank card type approval

The Tri-Reader 3 is the first contactless smart card device designed for use in public transport to process all industry standard contactless smart cards.


September 27, 2011

PATCO, Cubic team for contactless payment

The new PATCO Wave & Pay ANYWHERE Visa Prepaid Card began a 12-month pilot program on Monday. This marks the first time that consumers will be able to use the same transit payment card for both transit and retail purchases.


December 30, 2010

D.C. Metro issues fare payment RFP

Seeking a fare system designed to process payments directly at the gate using technology like contactless, chip-enabled debit and credit cards, which banks are already distributing to customers; federal identification cards; or smart phones equipped with near-field communication capability; as well as existing SmarTrip cards, according to the agency.


August 14, 2009

CTA outlines new fare collection project

Contact-less fare payment system would reduce the need for customers to carry cash or have the right denomination or currency to ride the system.


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