Transit Ticketing Today

Milwaukee to get fare capped contactless ticketing across multiple transit options

Umo Mobility app for Milwaukee fare capped contactless transit ticketing

Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) in the US state of Wisconsin is to roll out a fare payment system that will enable users to pay for bus rides, scooter hire, ride sharing and other transport options across the region using a mobile app, a reloadable transit smartcard or their contactless credit card... More







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San Francisco transit operators to deploy NFC ticketing

Cubic chosen as preferred provider by Metropolitan Transportation Commission for contract to deliver next-gen fare payment system — Cubic — “The next-generation system will include new features including an integrated mobile app that will support a virtual Clipper card, enabling customers to access real-time information, top up their accounts, plan trips and tap their phones through faregates and on buses in much the same way as mobile payments can be made at retailers.”


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Gateless transit ticketing system to be piloted in the UK

Your face could be your ticket at the Tube station of the future — Wired — “One of the problems Cubic is trying to solve is the bottleneck that occurs at ticket gates when everyone rushes to dig out their ticket or pass. To avoid this crush, Cubic suggests removing the gates completely. Instead, its prototype system uses an object tracking system to track passengers as they walk through… Cubic aims to get this gateless tracking system to a UK station within the year.”


Transit Ticketing Today

London’s commuters can now top up their travel cards by smartphone

New TfL app enables passengers to top up their Oyster card ‘on the go’ — Transport for London — “The new app, which was designed by TfL and developed by Cubic Transportation Systems, is free to download via the Apple App Store and Google Play Store and enables customers to use their smartphone to quickly add pay-as-you-go credit or Travelcards to their Oyster card. These can then be added after 30 minutes by simply touching the Oyster card on the yellow card reader at any Tube or rail station, tram stop or River Bus pier as part of a journey.”










NFC World

Vivotech powers Cubic EMV reader

Vivotech and Cubic

Vivotech’s EMV and NFC payments software is now being used in Cubic Transportation Systems’ new Tri-Reader 3 contactless readers, after the two companies signed a licensing and development agreement in 2009... More