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Chicago Transit makes Ventra payment enhancements

In continuing efforts to assist customers in the transition to the Ventra fare-payment system, the

Chicago transit agencies will complete Ventra transition by July

Ventra open contactless fare payment system by July 1. Currently, 81% of CTA customers and nearly 60% of Pace customers are using Ventra, with more than 1.5 million Ventra transit accounts

Chicago transit’s Ventra rollout hit with glitches

Ventra, its new fare card system. Student Ventra cards are displaying $0 balances after money was loaded onto the cards online. CTA officials told the paper that they are

Chicago nonprofits raise concerns over Ventra card costs

CHICAGO — The Chicago Transit Authority’s (CTA) switch to the Ventra fare card has made it more difficult for many nonprofit and social service agencies that provide clients with free

DePaul students vent about Ventra

CHICAGO — DePaul University students vented their frustrations with the area’s new Ventra smart card at a Student Government Association (SGA) event, according to

Chicago to launch contactless fare system in August

Ventra fare payment system, which allows customers to use a single fare card for transit throughout the Chicago region, in August 2013, with a full public rollout following a few weeks later in

Chicago RTA to send Ventra cards to paratransit customers

Ventra permits to reduced fare, ride free and

Chicago transit’s Ventra now available to all riders

The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) and Pace Bus rolled out Ventra, their new

Pace introduces Ventra outreach campaign

Ventra fare collection system, according to the Chicago Tribune. The plan will kick off with an ambassador campaign in which Pace staff will visit 14-locations in Chicago

Chicago RTA: No debit option on fare cards for seniors, disabled

prepaid debit account when the agency's versions of the new Ventra fare card come out this year. RTA officials told the paper they decided to restrict reduced-fare and free-rides customers to a

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