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WMATA has issued approximately well over 1 million Smar Trip cards for Metrorail, Metrobus, and station parking fare payment. 7Entry or Exit (not both) captured depending on agency implementation Key = Yes PRO = Proprietary N/A = Not Available DES = Data Encryption Standard 3DES = Triple DES Table 8. 32 Sm artcard Interoperability Issues for the Transit Industry Table 9. Optional Data Results W a s h i n g t o n , D C , S m a r T r i p S a n F r a n c i s c o , T r a n s L i n k C h i c a g o , C h i c a g o C a r d S e a t t l e , R F C M i n n e a p o l i s , G o - T o C a r d C e n t r a l F l o r i d a , O R A N G E S V e n t u r a C o u n t y , G o V e n t u r a L A C o u n t y , T A P S a n D i e g o , C o m p a s s L o n d o n , O y s t e r H o n g K o n g , O c t o p u s S i n g a p o r e , E Z - L i n k 1. -Pretax/employer-based transit benefits No 3 No UC UC No N/A No -Pretax/employer-based parking benefits Yes No No No No No No No No No No 3 No UC N/A No No -Bridge/highway tolls No No 3 No No No No -Loyalty programs Yes 3 4 No No N/A No -Multiple purses UC No 3 No No UC No No -Universities No 3 No UC No No Nil No No No No No No -Retail No 3 No No No No No No Future 2.Cardholders add value to their Smar Trip cards at Metrorail vendors or at Metrobus fareboxes. 9 No4 No No No No No No No N/A If yes, which APDUs do you use and how many? 3DES3DESPRO PROPRO3DESPRO PRON/APRO Notes: 1Currently, Cubic’s Go CARD is used, which is not compliant, but they are taking steps toward using a compliant card. What other data are exchanged that might be unique?The optional data results of the survey are presented in Table 9.3.1.1 Smar Trip In May 1999, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) introduced the Smar Trip card based on Cubic Transportation Systems’ (CTS) proprietary Go CARD tech- nology. 3DES DES DES 3DES 3DES 3DES N/A 3DES 3DES 3DES DES 3DES 5b. One N/A N/A One One Two 6 N/A One One One N/A One Notes: 1The ability to block products 2Hot list goes to aging list if the card is not used in 2 months 3This number is based on a set of data elements that when complete forms a unique number 4Device hotlist 5Remote loads, configuration data to buses, future data (such as fare change) 6One key set for the smartcard and second key set for the transponder.Upon full implementation, the Smar Trip program will include the following regional bus and rail participants: • WMATA Metrorail-heavy rail; • Maryland Transit Administration (MTA)-light rail; • Virginia Railway Express (VRE)-commuter rail; • MARC-commuter rail; • Baltimore Metro—rail; • Annapolis Transit—bus; • Arlington Regional Transit (ART)—bus; • MTA Bus; • WMATA Metro Bus; • Corridor Transit Corporation—bus; • Fairfax City CUE—bus; • Alexandria DASH—bus; • Fairfax Connector—bus; • Frederick Transit—bus; • Harford County Transportation Services—bus; • Howard County Transit—bus; • Loudoun County Transit—bus; • Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC)/Omni Ride—bus; • Montgomery County Ride On—bus; and • Prince George County-The Bus.3.1.1.1 Fare Policies The following fare policies and customer features define the Smar Trip program: • Card Fee— card purchase fee; • Fare Products—Bus and rail fares, parking; • Fare Categories—Full fare, senior/disabled, peak, off-peak, distance; and • Other Features—Balance protection/fare replacement, negative balance.The RCSC will provide services to all Smar Trip participants and operators in the DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia regions. CTS also received a contract in July 2003 to supply POS devices and the data network concentrator and to make upgrades to existing systems to support the regional program.The RCSC will consist of the customer service center, Findings of Peer Review of Interoperable Smartcard Programs 29 30 Sm artcard Interoperability Issues for the Transit Industry Table 7. Physical-Layer Features W a s h i n g t o n , D C , S m a r T r i p S a n F r a n c i s c o , T r a n s L i n k 1 0 C h i c a g o , C h i c a g o C a r d S e a t t l e , R F C 1 0 M i n n e a p o l i s , G o - T o C a r d C e n t r a l F l o r i d a , O R A N G E S V e n t u r a C o u n t y , G o V e n t u r a L A C o u n t y , T A P 1 0 S a n D i e g o , C o m p a s s 1 0 L o n d o n , O y s t e r H o n g K o n g , O c t o p u s S i n g a p o r e , E Z - L i n k No11. CTS and ERG are working with WMATA to integrate their respective systems.

In the Washington region, employers may participate with Metrochek, a fare card voucher program provided as an employee benefit by more than 2,500 public and private employers.The physical-layer results of the survey are presented in Table 7.The data-layer results of the survey are presented in Table 8.This chapter compares the interoperability of programs currently implemented or under development.The research identified similarities and differences in the system features, the data exchange, and the policies for selected peer agencies, and begins to establish benchmarks and best practices for developing interoperable smartcard systems for transit. and Canadian transit operators, because the legislation under which U. and Canadian transit agencies operate limits the com- mercial opportunities for innovative business arrangements such as establishing corporations and issuing shares for participation in a business similar to those in Singapore, Hong Kong, or Europe.The research focused on identifying the information exchanged between participating agen- cies.