The MBTA is issuing a special commuter rail day pass for customers who want to take the train to watch the Boston Marathon.
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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 “The SEPTA Key is making travel more convenient for our riders, as reloadable cards are replacing outdated fare […]
On Sunday, TriMet (OR) started a limited roll-out of Hop Fastpass, its electronic fare system.
WMATA, MTA Maryland, and Amtrak are getting ready for a crush of travelers to and from Washington, D.C., on January 20 for the presidential inauguration.
A ransomware attack hit the San Francisco Muni system over the weekend, knocking out the fare collection system for much of Saturday and Sunday.
Transit operators envision a major shift toward mobile fare payment over the next five years, according to a survey conducted by The Transit Wire.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority rolled out the travel wallet feature to participants in the SEPTA Key early adopters program.
Bay Area Rapid Transit is using a rider-rewards program to encourage customers to travel outside the crowded AM peak period.
The Chicago Transit Authority considers the Ventra fare payment system a success, but some social service agencies say the card is costly and cumbersome.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority rolls out the long-awaited Key smart card to 10,000 early adopters starting on Monday, June 13.