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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.


July 30, 2012

L.A. DOT joins area smart card system

This new expansion makes Los Angeles the largest regional smart card operation in the U.S., according to Jane Matsumoto, deputy executive officer at Metro.


May 14, 2012

UC San Diego, Cubic partner

Cubic will contribute $500,000 over five years to the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering to fund research done by faculty, students and Cubic Transportation Systems staff.


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.


February 23, 2010

Cubic wins $15M South Florida smart card contract

Tri-Rail, the commuter rail service connecting Palm Beach and Broward Counties with Miami-Dade County, will be the first transit agency to join in the creation of a South Florida regional system, giving Floridians the ability to use one fare card — a smart card — to travel on both systems. Palm Tran and Broward County Transit are expected to join later.


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