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Berlin transit operator BVG teamed up with Adidas Originals to release limited-edition sneakers that incorporate a transit pass.
Advocates raise concerns that the MBTA’s plan to eliminate on-board cash payments will adversely affect some riders.
The MBTA awarded a multi-year contract to Cubic Transportation Systems to design, implement, and maintain an automated fare collection system.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority reportedly plans to award a contract for a new fare payment system to replace the MetroCard.
SEPTA is working to address a glitch that leads to failures on Key card readers on buses.
SF BART is sitting on nearly 40,000 prepaid Clipper Cards after plans to sell the smart cards during the Warriors NBA victory celebration fell short.
ICYMI: MTA budget shows $80M in unused MetroCard value, two NY legislators want to decriminalize fare jumping, and Hyperloop One achieves speed milestone.
The MBTA is issuing a special commuter rail day pass for customers who want to take the train to watch the Boston Marathon.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority is making the transition from the early adopters phase of its smart card roll-out. Starting on February 9, SEPTA made the Key Card more widely available, starting at the 69th Street Transportation Center. “The SEPTA Key is making travel more convenient for our riders, as reloadable cards are replacing outdated fare […]