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Amtrak debuts new website design

Rail| November 4, 2009
An enhanced fare-finder feature consolidates all booking functionality – reservations, train status, schedule search and the “My Trip” section – into a single dynamic menu. Customers can now find the train they want by sorting by departure time, lowest cost and trip time.

Miami-Dade launches Cubic AFC system

Bus| October 22, 2009
EASY Card lets Miami transit riders ease their way from parking to rail to bus services across the city, all with a single smart card. The card can be used to pay all transit fares, including transfers between bus and rail.
Accessibility| October 20, 2009

Pace paratransit to increase fares, cut passes

Fare for paratransit riders will change from $2.25 to $3.00 beginning Nov. 15.
Rail| October 2, 2009

MARTA launches color-coded rail system

Under new system, main rail lines – and their deviating branches – will be identified by four primary colors. The changes will minimize confusion, especially for first-time customers and visitors from other cities.
Bus| August 26, 2009

Detroit transit receives $20.5M in ARRA funds

The Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation will utilize the funding for several capital projects, including the purchase of three 40-foot alternative-fuel buses, an automatic vehicle locator system (AVL) and communications equipment.
Bus| August 20, 2009

SFMTA to install new TransLink fare gates

Fare gates and TVMs will eliminate cash transactions at the fare gates and help customers access the subway more quickly. Also included in the project are new station agent fare gate control terminals, test equipment, and improved financial and ridership reporting tools.
Accessibility| August 18, 2009

Report: Cuts, fare increases hurting nation

Authors found that while state and local transit revenues have been pummeled by a tough economy, the effects were compounded by failures in federal policy.
Bus| August 14, 2009

CTA outlines new fare collection project

Contact-less fare payment system would reduce the need for customers to carry cash or have the right denomination or currency to ride the system.
Accessibility| August 10, 2009

WMATA chooses MJM for paratransit payment

MetroAccess EZ-Pay became available May 1 and allows customers to prepay for trips by phone or online using a credit or debit card, eliminating the need to carry cash, tokens or other paper-based forms of payment.
Accessibility| August 4, 2009

L.A. Metro installing turnstile fare gates

L.A. Metro CEO Art Leahy will report monitoring results of the limited installations to the Board of Directors this fall. If all goes well, the agency will proceed with installing a total of 379 fare gates in all stations on the subway and Metro Green Line and key light rail stations on the Metro Blue and Gold lines. Installation is intended to be completed in six to eight months in early 2010.

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