Topic : TAP card

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L.A. Metro, Salesforce unveil unified payment system

Technology| November 29, 2018

Adds cloud-based layer to the existing TAP Card System and enables one centralized place for program signup and payment.

L.A. Metro reduces bike-share fares, plans expansion

Mobility| July 16, 2018

In reducing the walk-up price to just $1.75, Metro has now made the cost the same as a one-way fare for Metro’s Bus and Rail System.

Security and Safety | June 6, 2017

Toronto's Metrolinx has shared smart card user data with police

The agency said it has received 26 requests so far in 2017 from police forces for “tap history” from Presto cards and has granted 12 of the requests.

Management & Operations| September 18, 2015

26 Los Angeles County agencies now on TAP fare payment system

The historic milestone signifies that all municipal transit agencies in L.A. County accept TAP as a universal fare media and passengers can transfer to bus or train from any transit provider.

Bus| February 2, 2015

Long Beach Transit to launch TAP payment card

As of Sunday, Long Beach Transit riders can no longer purchase most paper bus passes or use pennies to pay for fares.

Bus| November 14, 2013

Chicago RTA prepaid MasterCard cuts costs

Can be loaded with pre-tax deductions from customers’ paychecks to purchase transit fares. By using pre-tax dollars, riders save as much as 40% off their commuting costs each year.
Rail| October 10, 2012

Cubic, PATCO payment pilot to end

The company wanted to test its open payment account-based products and determine if people would use the same media as both their fare card and their retail spend card, and both objectives were successfully achieved.
Bus| August 23, 2012

Md. MTA launches student pass program

There are about 36,000 Baltimore City public school students eligible for the S-Pass. The MTA is providing city schools with the S-Pass, lanyards and pouches, MTA-issued student identification and brochures explaining how the S-Pass works.
Rail| April 2, 2012

Cubic, PATCO open payment pilot enters new phase

In 2011, the two entities partnered to create the first transit-agency branded, all contactless Visa prepaid card in the world. This was among one of the first times that consumers had been able to use the same transit payment card for both transit and retail purchases.
Rail| March 21, 2012

Survey: Riders prefer cashless fare payment

Nearly two-thirds of U.S. commuters who use cash for mass transit (65%) worry about not having enough cash on hand to pay for their trip, while more than one-third (36%) have actually been unable to take mass transit because they did not have enough cash on hand.
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