T3 Webinar Presentation

Your Smart Phone is Getting Smarter: Leveraging Open Fare Payment Systems and Mobile Devices (June 29, 2011)

Use of Identity Credentials in Public Transit Fare Payment Systems

Presenter:   Greg Garback
Presenter's Org:   Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)

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The slides in this presentation are branded in the upper left corner with the “Metro” logo of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.

Slide 1:  Use of Identity Credentials in Public Transit Fare Payment Systems

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Slide 2:  First...Some Definitions

[This slide contains two photographs: a sample Federal Agency Personal Identity Verification Card (PIV) card and a sample DoD CommonAccess Card (CAC).]

Slide 3:  Identity Management Platforms

[This slide contains three photographs: a sample Federal Agency Personal Identity Verification Card (PIV) card, a sample DoD CommonAccess Card (CAC), and a First Responder Authentication Credential (FRAC) PIV-I (Interoperable).]

Slide 4:  Convergence Opportunity

[This slide contains three images: a Metro SmartTrip contactless transit fare card, a sample Federal Agency Personal Identity Verification Card (PIV) card, and a collection of logos of some Contactless Payment Cards (Credit, Debit or Pre-paid): American Express, Discover zip, MasterCard PayPass, and Visa.]

Slide 5:  Benefits to Customers and Agencies

Slide 6:  Field Demonstration

[This slide contains four images: the Utah Transit Authority logo, and three photographs: a light rail transit, a transit bus, and a commuter rail train.]

Slide 7:  Transit Industry Migration

Slide 8:  Uniform Approach and Solution

Slide 9:  Summary Points

Slide 10:  Wrap Up


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