Chicago Transit Authority To Adopt Contactless Bank Cards Payments In 2013

What's Next In Payments®
5:21 PM EDT October 1st, 2012

The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) and Pace have announced a new “Ventra” contactless fare payment system to begin in summer 2013.

Customers will be able to pay via Ventra Cards, Ventra Tickets for single-ride and one-day passes, and bank-issued debit and credit cards equipped with contactless capabilities, reports Finextra.

Read the full story here.

Comments
Also by This Author
What's Hot
International
Russia Gives Visa, MasterCard Breathing Room On Billion-Dollar Security Deposits
International
Tencent Leads $350M Investment Round For A Mobile-Focused Rival To Alibaba
Apple Pay Tracker
Not All Bankers Are Happy They’ve Joined Apple Pay
News
Flint Mobile Snags $9.4M In Round Led By Verizon, Adds Online Payments
View All Articles ››
You May Also Like
Uncategorized
Why Payments Innovation is a Journey, Not a Destination
Uncategorized
WEX Launches All Roads Card
Uncategorized
Maricopa County To Use BidSyncy
Cool
Chinese Payments Giants Alibaba And Tencent Are Now Bankers
View All Articles ››