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Transit Payments in Transition

Public-transportation fare payments are morphing from closed-loop magnetic-stripe cards to contactless cards and mobile payments. Up next: One app to pay for all, including scooters, bikes, and shared rides. Tokens are long gone and magnetic stripes are going. Contactless is coming. Beyond that, one app for all? That, in a …

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Uber Adds Public-Transit Payment Option in Las Vegas

After rolling out access to public transportation fare payments on its app in Denver last year, ride-hailing leader Uber Technologies Inc. has added a similar service in Las Vegas. Fare-payment software provider Masabi Ltd. said late Monday that it along with the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) and …

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Eye on PayPal: Cross-Border With Citi; Transit Ticketing in Germany

PayPal Holdings Inc.’s latest financial-institution collaboration emerged Monday with news that institutional clients of Citigroup Inc. will be able to make payments directly into PayPal digital wallets globally starting in the first quarter. The arrangement opens up for PayPal Citi’s WorldLink cross-border payments network, which will be used to connect …

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Eye on Contactless: Credit Unions’ Contactless Cards Grow; Mastercard’s New Transit Partner

A leading credit-union service organization reported Wednesday that it has distributed half a million contactless payment cards through some of its members, and Mastercard Inc. has paired up with a French investment firm with an eye on bringing new fare technology to mass-transit systems. St. Petersburg, Fla.-based PSCU says it …

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Google Pay Gains Transit Connection and other Digital Transactions News briefs from 10/14/19

Cubic Corp.’s Cubic Transportation Systems unit agreed to integrate contactless transit cards with Alphabet Inc.’s Google Pay mobile-payments app. The integration will begin with contactless payment systems for transit in London, Miami, and New York.BMW, General Motors, Ford, Renault, and Honda will reportedly begin testing a blockchain-based in-car identification and payment system next month …

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With Momentum From Transit, Contactless Accounts for a Rising Share of Card Payments

With card-based transit payments picking up steam in the United States, a key Mastercard Inc. executive said Thursday that 22% of the network’s physical-world transactions globally were contactless as of the end of 2018. The time to complete a contactless transaction is down to 0.4 seconds, added Ajay Bhalla, president …

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Contactless Gets Another Boost With Mass Transit’s Embrace of Tap-And-Pay in Miami

Is 2019 turning into the year of contactless payment for mass transit? Miami-Dade County announced Wednesday it has started accepting contactless cards and mobile wallets at gates at 23 commuter train stations, with plans to include bus fares later this summer. The move follows New York City’s adoption in May …

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