Chicago Transit Authority To Adopt Contactless Bank Cards Payments In 2013

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5:21 PM EST 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.

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