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A Smart Card is a durable, plastic, microchip embedded, stored-value card that offers a reloadable feature. You purchase the Smart Card once for $5 and re-load it with cash directly at the farebox. Smart Cards can be purchased with fare value from $25-$200 and can be used on all modes of service.




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SMART has two transit centers located in Royal Oak and downtown Detroit. SMART Transit Centers accept cash, credit and debit cards. For you convenience SMART has partnered with local businesses to help sell bus passes. Service hours, pass availability and payment options vary by location.


Yes, you can buy smart cards before hand but the easy way to do is just go to CVS stores or some 7-11 and tell them you want card for each member. Tell them how much you want to put in the card, a fee for the card will be deducted the first purchase. You can use the card with "Circulator Bus, Metro Bus, Virginia Dart bus". Metro is running quite frequently from Alexandria. Avoid Rush hours if you travel with kids.


We bought our cards online and sent them to the house, then reloaded them in the machines at the station. Subway in DC is GREAT. Get a hand held station map so you can navigate above ground. The staff is helpful and the new cars are VERY nice.


I agree that purchasing a card from the kiosk is confusing at first. I would purchase in advance if possible via their site. We found other commuters very helpful, but the station workers weren't as helpful. I would load money on it at the beginning rather than adding each trip.


Yes you can buy a smart card online and they will mail it to you. I bought one from the vending machine at the station. You have a couple choices when it comes to paying for passage. You can load a day pass on your card, or you can add money to your card at a machine in station and pay per trip, or you can link your card to your bank account. The Metro was a little confusing first time but you figure it out pretty quickly.


A legacy smart card will continue to work until the value or passes on it are depleted. However, additional passes or value cannot be loaded on to it starting October 1. Once your smart card is empty, you will need to get a Connect card to replace your smart card.


The FEITIAN bR500 is a premium contactless Bluetooth smart card reader. The easy to integrate Bluetooth connection allows developers to easily integrate smart card applications for higher security and flexibility on all mobile devices and computers which support the Bluetooth interface.


The P5500 is a USB smartcard and fingerprint device for use in FIPS 201 and PIV card applications. It uses the TouchChip sensor, with Enhanced Image Mode (EIM), giving it the largest fingerprint image for any silicon-based fingerprint sensor on the market. Its sleek and ergonomic design make it perfect for government desktop applications.


The York by bus smartcard is completely cashless and offers a hassle-free way of travelling by bus. Buy and top-up your smartcard from our new smart kiosks with a range of ticket products to suit your travel needs, and save money on equivalent paper tickets.


Once you've loaded your York by bus card, all you need to do is place it on the ticket machine each time you board a bus. You can check your remaining card balance at any time at a smart kiosk.


All passes purchased online will be loaded onto a BARTA Go Mobile Smart Card. After the customer receives their smart card and uses it, customers can visit the BARTA Go mobile portal to reload their card with future purchases.


MARC, and MTA Commuter Bus vehicles do not have the technology to read smart cards. They will continue to rely on conductors and bus operators to visually inspect a sticker pass applied to the face of the smart card to verify the proper agency, month, and zones of travel. For trips on MTA local service the pass will continue to be accepted as a flash pass to ride CityLink, LocalLink, Express BusLink (up charge included), Metro SubwayLink and Light RailLink.


Order from CommuterDirect.com as you normally have. You will receive a new smart card with each order. The card will contain an electronically loaded monthly Metro pass and a MARC, or MTA Commuter Bus sticker pass.


The TLC may be purchased at The Commuter Store, or reloaded, if you already have a SmarTrip or CharmCard. The TLC will be available at all Arlington Commuter Store locations, the Odenton Commuter Store, and the Springfield Connector Store. The monthly sticker pass will be applied to your card. Customers using this option are strongly encouraged to have two cards, so they can use one card for the current month, and load the TLC and get the sticker pass for the following month on a spare card. Customers will not be able to show two sticker passes on one card at the same time.


COSTThe cost of a MARC or Commuter Bus Monthly TLC and If you purchase a new smart card, $2.00 for the smart card + $1.00 surcharge for sticker pass. If you load the TLC pass onto an existing SmarTrip or CharmCard, you will save the $2.00 cost for a new card. The $1 surcharge for the sticker pass will still apply for MARC and MTA Commuter Bus customers.


How to Use the New TLCUse the card, with current sticker, as a flash pass on MARC, Commuter Bus and MTA Local Service.When riding WMATA Metrorail or Metrobus, tap the card to the SmarTrip target on faregates and fareboxes.


Manufacturers produce many kind of card. The kind depends if they must follow the requirements of their customer. For example PIV cards are made based on the US government specification. OpenPGP cards are based on the OpenPGP card specification.


PIV compliant smart card can store up to 3 certificates but only a few can be used for smart card logon. For example one is dedicated to physical access control. OpenPGP v2 card can store only one certificate and this certificate permits only the authentication (not the encryption).


Recommandation: if you do not have a requirement, purchase a manufacturer card. Yubikey does include a smart card support with PIV or OpenPGP applet: even if the drivers are present by default, you can store only a few certificates.


Cards can be sold in a bunch of package. Most of the package vary because the cards include a dual interface, meaning that they include a RFID to merge smart card and physical access control cards. The most common RFID interface are : NXP mifare or desfire, HID iCLass or Prox. These RFID interfaces do not allow the access of the smart card component over the air.


Recommandation: As today, having RFID does not add any value except if you plan to include PACS. And even in this case, we recommand to buy a single smart card for test WITHOUT this interface.


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3. Use your card on eligible items at participating retailers. For eligible items and a full list of participating retailers, visit BravenSmartCard.com and create an account, or call 1-800-688-9140 (TTY 711).


*To be eligible for the grocery benefit, members must participate in the Care Management program and have any of the following qualifying chronic illnesses: cardiovascular disorders, chronic heart failure or diabetes. Eligible members who meet the criteria may be automatically enrolled into the Grocery benefit, and will receive a letter informing them of enrollment and the funds being added to their debit card. If you think you may be eligible and haven't received a letter, or if you have any questions, call our Care Management Team at 1-888-621-5894 (TTY 711), option 2, weekdays, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET.


You can use your Braven Health debit card to spend up to $200 each calendar year toward memberships at a health club, yoga studio and/or virtual fitness program you use at home, or eligible fitness equipment like a yoga mat, hand-held free weights, exercise bands and more. Your Smart Card cannot be used to pay for activation fees or other health club fees associated with membership.


The Braven Health Mastercard Prepaid Card is issued by Stride Bank, N.A. Member FDIC, pursuant to a license by Mastercard International. Stride Bank is an independent company offering debit card services and is solely responsible for its products.


You are now leaving the Braven Health website and will be taken to Horizonblue.com/Medicare where you can find Medicare Supplement and standalone Prescription Drug Plans offered by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey.


The Suica is a prepaid e-money card for moving around and shopping. There is no more need to buy a ticket from a vending machine. Just touch your Suica to the ticket gate and the fare is automatically deducted from your Suica. The Suica can be used not only for JR East trains, but subways and buses as well. See the Suica Map for transportation systems you can use with the Suica. 041b061a72


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