T3 Webinar Presentation

Put it on My Card: The Trend Towards Open Fare Payment Systems in Transit Systems (January 18, 2011)

Open Source Alternative to Deploying Transportation Management Systems

Presenter:   Mike Dinning
Presenter's Org:   USDOT John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center

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Slide 1:  T3 Webinar – The Emergence of Open Electronic Payment Systems in Public Transit

Mike Dinning
Director, Freight Logistics & Transportation Systems

Slide 2:  Welcome and Introductions

Slide 3:  Evolution of Transit Fare Payment

[This slide contains a diagram of stair steps of the evolution of fare payment, starting with cash and coins, then tokens, magnetic strip cards, contactless smart cards, and the future technologies of tomorrow, in ascending order.]

Slide 4:  Contactless Technology Is the Key!

Slide 5:  At the Crossroads of Innovation

[This slide contains images of an employee ID card, contactless smart cards for transit systems, Visa and MasterCard credit cards, and a key ring with a mini card attached.]

Slide 6:  Industry Trends for the Future

[This slide contains an image of two hands around a glowing orb or crystal ball.]

Slide 7:  First Presentation

Slide 8:  Summary

Slide 9:  Upcoming Industry Association Meetings

Smart Card Alliance Mobile and Transit Payments Summit
February 15-18, 2011
Marriott City Center Hotel, Salt Lake City, UT

APTA Fare Collection Workshop and TransiTech Conference
March 28-30 and March 29-31, 2011
Hilton Miami Downtown, Miami, FL

Slide 10:  Future T3 Webinars in This Series: Suggested Topics

Open Payment Systems Implementations in North America:   February/March 2011

Opportunities and Issues in Fare Payment:   April 2011

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