The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority’s new smartcard system will allow users to tap any contactless bank card that they have on an electronic reader to pay for fares.
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In an effort to minimize fraudulent activity with ID cards, the Transportation Security Administration has decided to invest an additional $3.2 million in boarding equipment.
ACS has recently teamed up with NJ TRANSIT to allow riders on the transportation service to wave or touch their credit or debit cards when entering and exiting the service.
In Worcester, Massachusetts, the Regional Transit Authority has been making moves to make traveling on the buses in the area a simpler process.
Commuters that ride on Port Authority Transit Corporation transportation in Philadelphia will be able to use new contactless Visa cards beginning on September 26.
California State University in San Marcos has recently teamed up with the North Country Transit District to give students discounted cards that can be used for travel, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
A new program to add transportation passes to student IDs in Washington, D.C., has become a more difficult process than originally expected.
Across the East Bay region of California, commuters and other bus riders are awaiting the new smartcard technologies that are soon to be released.
In Milan, Italy, a system allows bicyclists to have access to a number of bikes for free. Using this as motivation, a new system is developing that grants public access to bikes in the U.S.
The latest reports from a local smartcard working group have revealed potential designs plans for a new fare payment system on Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority rail lines.