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Visa, partners bring contactless fare payment to worldwide transit operators

Technology| February 25, 2019

Rather than installing brand new turnstiles or hardware, transit operators can install the Visa SAM, which is based on secure EMV® contactless technology, directly into existing systems.

Caltrain joins regional pilot program for means-based fares

Rail| February 11, 2019

The program will allow low-income transit riders to qualify for a discount through the use of a Clipper card.

Mobility| February 4, 2019

New fare agreement to provide mobility for homeless in Arkansas

Through TAP, the Arkansas Homeless Coalition will pay a flat monthly fee to METRO for a program total of 1,000 eligible riders.

Mobility| January 31, 2019

RTD Denver to offer Masabi's mobile ticketing in Uber app

This launch will help Uber users to more easily discover and access public transit services.

Technology| January 18, 2019

Bytemark, Thales team for Dutch mobile ticketing app

The successful completion of the project now allows RET passengers to purchase tickets through an app on their smartphone.

Technology| January 17, 2019

OurBus partners to deliver seamless ticket authentication using sound

Chirp sends and receives data via sound, using nothing but a device's existing speaker and microphone.

Mobility| January 16, 2019

Masabi partners to bring mobile ticketing to Japanese transit market

Japanese trip planning service Jorudan will integrate the Justride mobile ticketing SDK into its transit apps.

Technology| January 8, 2019

San Diego MTS taps INIT for account-based fare system

New validators will accept closed-loop payments, open payments such as bank-issued debit/credit cards and mobile wallets.

Technology| January 3, 2019

Dennis named Genfare's Western Region sales director

Dennis participates and stays connected to the transit community by being a committee member of both the CTA and APTA.

Technology| December 20, 2018

Honolulu launches INIT's account-based electronic fare system pilot

The HOLO card will be used by passengers on the City’s TheBus system and in the near future, on the City’s rail transit system.

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