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July 29, 2014

D.C. Metro taps Cubic for fare conversion

The project is part of the agency’s plan to eliminate paper ticketing from its fare system to all contactless media by spring 2016.


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.


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.


September 16, 2013

OC Transpo's paratransit service to use unique smart card system

Para Transpo uses a zoned fare system that’s different from OC Transpo’s and uses many different vehicles, including taxis that are only on duty some of the time, making it difficult to use the agency's Presto system.


September 5, 2013

Cubic wins $1.5M Calif. smart card contract

Will provide preventative and corrective maintenance for the ticketing machines, platform validators and ticket office terminals for Oceanside, Calif.'s North County Transit District.


August 28, 2013

3-D printed ring works like smartcard on MBTA system

The Sesame Ring, designed by two MIT students, is currently part of a Kickstarter campaign.


August 26, 2013

Chicago RTA to send Ventra cards to paratransit customers

In June, the RTA mailed more than 550,000 reduced fare, ride free and ADA paratransit customers mailers about the transition to Ventra.


August 13, 2013

L.A. Metro awards Cubic 6-year extension

Covers the repair and maintenance of Metro’s rail fare collection equipment, TAP validators for regional bus operators, and the back office systems that process the TAP smart card data for Metro’s bus and rail system and 10 regional operators.


July 30, 2013

Cubic pilots S.F. Muni parking payment system

Now, customers can touch their Clipper cards to a contactless electronic reader at exit to pay their parking fees.


May 16, 2013

Seattle expands smart card purchase options

More than 120 retail stores just joined the 40 transit agency venues that sell ORCA cards. Prior to ORCA, regional transit agencies each had their own tickets, passes and paper transfers.


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