Commuters in queue to recharge smart cards, Singapore MRT


The smooth ticket recharge facility in Singapore MRT.

The ticketing system uses the EZ-Link and NETS FlashPay contact less smart cards based upon the Symphony for e-Payment (SeP) system for public transit built on the Singapore Standard for Contact less ePurse Application (CEPAS) system. This system allows for up to 4 card issuers in the market. The EZ-Link card was introduced on 13 April 2002 as a replacement for the original TransitLink farecard, while its competitor the NETS FlashPay card entered the smartcard market on 9 October 2009.

An adult EZ-Link card may be bought at any TransitLink Ticket Office or Passenger Service Centre. The card may also be used for payment for goods and services at merchants displaying the “EZ-Link” logo, Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) tolls, and Electronic Parking System carparks. Additional credit may be purchased at any General Ticketing Machine (GTM), Add Value Machine (AVM), TransitLink Ticket Office, Passenger Service Centre, AXS Station, DBS/POSB Automatic Teller Machine (ATM), online via a card reader purchased separately, or selected merchants. Additional credit of a predetermined value may also be automatically purchased whenever the card value is low via an automatic recharge service provided by Interbank GIRO or through a manual application at the TransitLink Ticket Office or credit card online. An option for EZ-Link Season Pass for unlimited travel on buses and trains is available for purchase and is non-transferable. Its main competitor, the NETS FlashPay card, may be purchased for at least S$12 for the payment of transport fares in Singapore and at merchants displaying the “NETS FlashPay” logo.

A Standard Ticket contact less smart card for single trips may also be purchased, inclusive of a deposit, for the payment of MRT and LRT fares. The card may be purchased only at the GTM. The deposit may also be retrieved by returning the card to the GTM within 30 days from the date of issue or donated to charity by depositing it in a collection box at any station. This card cannot be recharged with additional credit.

For tourists, a Singapore Tourist Pass contact less smartcard may be purchased. The card may be bought at selected TransitLink Ticket Offices and Singapore Visitors Centers. The deposit may be retrieved by returning the card to selected TransitLink Ticket Offices and Singapore Visitors Centers within 5 days from the date of issue.

Source: Wikipedia

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Commuters in queue to recharge smart cards, Singapore MRT

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