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Who Sells the RFID Cards Used in San Francisco?
Do you know who manages California's fare-collection system?
I believe that Cubic Transportation Systems manages the state's fare-collection system, which utilizes Near Field Communication (NFC)-enabled Clipper cards. NXP Semiconductors provided the original cards used during the pilot (see SF's Transit System Offers Commuters Fast Access to Subways and Sandwiches), but I do not know who is currently providing the cards. If any of our readers have information about this, they are invited to post it below.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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