Cubic Transportation Systems inked a technology licensing agreement with Transport for London (TfL) positioning the company to deliver an unprecedented level of performance for public transit payment solutions. The licensed TfL solutions, EMV contactless chip card and mobile device payment acceptance and account-based systems can now be available for transportation agencies worldwide. Under the agreement,…
Cubic, along with Transport for London (TfL) received another major honor for London’s contactless bankcard system. After winning the ‘Technological Innovation’ award at the 18th annual Rail Business Awards. The premier event recognizes excellence and innovation in the United Kingdom’s rail sector. This is the eighth major award for Cubic and TfL’s contactless system. Launched…
Starting Monday MasterCard cardholders using Apple Pay can travel for free around London over the next four consecutive Mondays. Customers using MasterCard with Apple Pay need to touch in and out on London’s transport network using their Apple device and they will have their fares refunded by MasterCard on any of the Fare Free Mondays.
The UK ‘tap & go’ limit for transactions on all contactless payments cards will increase from £20 to £30 on Sept 1 and it is expected to drive a surge in contactless payments.
Cubic Transportation Systems has been awarded the Tunnel Outstation Maintenance Services (TOMS) contract by Transport for London (TfL). The contract, delivering maintenance of critical Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) infrastructure within TfL’s 12 road tunnels and the associated 90 kilometers of road corridors, extends Cubic’s successful history in delivering this service for the next 10 years.
Cubic Transportation Systems, Transport for London (TfL) and Barclaycard have received another major honor for London’s contactless bankcard payment system, after winning the prestigious ‘Operational and Technical Excellence’ award at the 2015 UITP (International Association of Public Transport) closing award ceremony in Milan.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: WESTERN UNION (USB); CUBIC (awards); SHIFT4 (employees); and SYSTEMS EAST (Dinerware).
In today’s CardFlash News Que: TapTrack (NFC); Connect First (PCI); ParTech (m-POS); and Cubic (TfL).
In the fourth quarter tap transactions in Europe grew by 174 % year on year and tappers increased their usage by more than 20%. Transit is a proven driver of contactless adoption by consumers.
Cubic Transportation Systems and TfL (Transport for London) have been awarded Best Bank-Card Ticketing Scheme at the 2015 Transport Ticketing Awards on January 27.
It has been projected Brits will make 500 million contactless payments between now and December 2015. The forecast is based on two major development in the U.K.: Transport for London’s (TfL) travel network accepting Visa contactless cards on multiple forms of transport and the introduction of mobile contactless services.
Contactless is going 3D, not with technology but with art. Visa Europe crafted an immersive 3D art installation at Waterloo station to mark the occasion which will be unveiled on September 16.