While COVID-19 has illuminated weak points in our transportation systems and brought new challenges to agencies around the world, the pandemic affords the industry with a unique time for reflection to learn, adapt and grow to be better positioned to address challenges in the future.
It’s time to take action. Time to be more flexible, better connected, and willing to collaborate in order to provide the level of safety required for those that engage with and support our transportation networks.
The transportation industry must grasp the opportunity to emerge from this crisis stronger, more resilient, and more creative to serve the mobility needs of our future communities.
We can no longer measure the success of transportation systems by focusing solely on buses, rail cars, and toll roads traveling at maximum capacity.
We must tackle the greater challenges and create a truly connected transport network that promotes excellence, prosperity and resilience.
TransLink customers can now pay for transit using Interac® Debit on every bus and at every fare gate throughout Metro Vancouver.
Cubic Transportation Systems has been selected as “Mobile App Innovation of the Year” in the 6th annual Mobile Breakthrough Awards.
The PRHTA will utilise Cubic’s Umo platform to simplify and streamline the fare collection system for public transport in Puerto Rico.
The Waka Kotahi NZTA has selected Cubic Transportation Systems to provide a national ticketing solution for its public transport.
At ITS World Congress 2022, Cubic Transportation Systems announced its expanded partnership with longstanding customer New England Traffic Solutions (NETS).
Umo is coming to Sault Ste. Marie in Ontario, Canada, improving convenience and access to public transit by embracing contactless fare technology.
Cubic Transportation Systems launches the first credit card and smart device-compatible gates on Queensland's Heavy Rail Network.
Cubic Transportation Systems will execute a contract by Ireland’s NTA to be the operations service provider for the authority’s TFI Leap Card system.
Milwaukee County Transit System has chosen the Umo Mobility Platform by Cubic Transportation Systems as its new fare collection system.
BC Transit is bringing the Umo platform to over 900 buses across more than 30 transit systems, increasing British Columbians’ access to transit.
Cubic Transportation Systems will continue providing and updating Port Authority Trans-Hudson’s next-generation fare payment system for PANYNJ.
Cubic Corporation's Umo App is the winner of the “Mobile App Innovation of the Year” award in the Mobile Breakthrough Awards program.
The contract initiates Phase 4 Option of the OMNY project and expands the contactless fare payment system to Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad.
Cubic and LA Metro's state-of-the-art mobile Android application allows payment by holding a device near the TAP validator upon boarding a bus or train.
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