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May 21, 2013

Report: Transit users predict increases in smartphone use, paperless travel

The survey of 4,500 urban travelers in nine major cities in Brazil, France, Germany, South Korea, Spain, the U.K. and the U.S. showed that approximately 90% of people in these cities use public transportation on a regular basis and they are willing to pay more for technology improvements.


March 29, 2013

Md. MTA launches train ticketing website

Offers split credit card payments and renewable orders. It also accepts SmartBenefits, vouchers and employer-sponsored credit cards.


July 23, 2012

N.Y. MTA expands validity of commuter passes

In December 2010 the MTA abbreviated the validity periods to reduce revenue loss from uncollected tickets and imposed a refund fee of $10 to partially cover the actual cost of processing the refund.


April 25, 2012

Cubic wins Australian rail contract

The maximum value of the services to be provided by Cubic to RailCorp under the contract is expected to be approximately $65 million. The contract includes provisions to be extended with two one-year options for services.


March 18, 2011

Thales ticketing solution in operation in Mexico

This solution, specifically developed for separated bus lines, includes 100 percent automatic payments, entry barriers and the use of contactless cards.


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