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CDTA to hold meetings on use of smart cards

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The Capital District Transportation Authority will hold a series of public meetings starting later this month to talk about plans to introduce smart cards and mobile ticket technology. The proposal will offer new options for those who use prepaid cards, including fare discounts. CDTA officials said there will be increased flexibility for frequent riders or those using pay-as-you-go debit cards. With the new system, they will also be able to securely monitor their account on ...

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July 23, 2014
7:12 a.m.

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The proposed Frequent Rider Card prices in this article are the same as current CDTA 31 Day Rolling Swiper Cards. There is no additional discount being provided there as those are CDTA's current full and half-fare prices for 31 Day Rolling Swipers which provide unlimited rides for 31 days.