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February 6, 2014

AC Transit, SPX upgrade fare collection system

The transit system refitted all 569 of its buses with SPX Genfare’s Fast Fare fareboxes. The “talking” fareboxes interact with passengers using full-color, lighted displays and automatic audio responses, and replace the agency’s more bulky, 14-year old fare collection boxes.


March 14, 2013

Valley Metro adds fare vending machines

Sixteen new machines are now operating at a dozen LINK stations. The move will make it easier, quicker and more convenient for bus passengers in the East Valley to purchase fares before riding transit.


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 24, 2011

MBTA pass scam totaled $4 million

Two Massachusetts residents accused of printing upwards of 20,000 fraudulent transit passes worth an estimated $4 million and selling them directly to MBTA passengers, and pocketing the proceeds, pleaded not guilty to larceny and conspiracy charges.


March 17, 2009

Cubic to expand bank card acceptance for transit

Providing new capabilities for an all-in-one reader that will process bank cards, prepaid cards and smart card-enabled mobile phones.


December 1, 2008

Cubic receives $18.9M San Francisco contract

The contract includes a new central computer system that will deliver improved data retrieval and reporting for Muni to monitor ridership patterns and manage its revenues.


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