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California Department of Transportation awards Aurionpro Transit Pte. Ltd. of Singapore for Fare collection devices and AFC solution for 300+ transit operators

AuroTransit has been awarded a master agreement by the  California Department of General Services to participate in the California Integrated Travel Project (Cal-ITP), strengthening the firm's position in the U.S. Automated Fare Collection Market.

The California Department of General Services issued a Notice of Intent to Award to AuroTransit and the MSA has been executed.

AuroTransit is one of three firms chosen to provide the Payment Acceptance devices in the Cal-ITP, which will allow more than 300+ transit agencies to procure solutions through its Mobility Marketplace, which offers transit operators links to a suite of code-compliant products. This simplified and coordinated procurement process makes it easier for transit agencies to adopt open-loop technologies.


AuroTransit (an aurionpro company), is a leading provider of Automatic fare collection technology for Public Transport Operators, System Integrators, Banks, and Payment Companies. For the past 10 years, the management has focused on delivering innovative solutions to create value and efficiency for its customers and likewise its co-workers

AuroTransit is specialized in offering Open Loop / Closed Ticketing Solutions, Common Mobility Platform, Supporting and Upgrading Legacy Closed Loop Systems, and has always been one of the very few early providers to implement QR Code and Account-Based Ticketing System

Official Press Release: Aurionpro’s AuroTransit awarded master agreement by Department of General Services (indiainfoline.com)

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