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Apple Pay Comes in Support to Expand San Francisco’s Clipper Card

Public transit users in San Francisco’s now have a new way to pay. The Clipper Card, which is used most public transit systems in San Francisco’s, now supports Apple Pay. The Clipper Card is a reloadable pay card system used for transit fare payment in the San Francisco Bay system.

Using the new Application, the Clipper card riders can manage their cards, add the cards to Apple Pay on iPhone and Apple watch, and buy transit agency passes. Apple Pay Express Transit enables users to quickly use their iPhone or Apple Watch to authenticate at contactless terminals without having to authenticate via Face ID or Touch or even unlock their phone. Through this, we can assure that the support for Apple Pay Express Transit mode is notable across the world.

“We’re excited that customers across the Bay Area, our hometown, can now use Clipper on iPhone and Apple Watch and benefit from a safer, faster more convenient way to ride,” said Jennifer Bailey, Apple’s vice president of Apple Pay.

More information about the Clipper cards installation and collaboration with Apple Pay is available on the Apple Pay website. The difference between the Clipper Cards and the other transit fare-paying is that it uses a  SMART tech which is quite essential for accurate and transparent transactions across accounts and devices.

It gives access to buses, rails, ferries, and trains from 24 different transmit agencies, which includes BART and Mini. The Cash payers will need to use a BART, Golden Gate Ferry, or SMART ticket machine or select Caltrain ticket machines to add value to iPhone or Apple Watch. The cash payers through this would be able to add more points from the Apple wallet information which is vital for the riders.

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