A CAT bus on the Capital Blvd route takes on passengers at the Moore Square Station around lunchtime in downtown Raleigh on July 21. CAT will begin piloting a new “smartcard” system that allows riders to add value via machines rather than having to use cash or coins.
A CAT bus on the Capital Blvd route takes on passengers at the Moore Square Station around lunchtime in downtown Raleigh on July 21. CAT will begin piloting a new “smartcard” system that allows riders to add value via machines rather than having to use cash or coins. cseward@newsobserver.com
A CAT bus on the Capital Blvd route takes on passengers at the Moore Square Station around lunchtime in downtown Raleigh on July 21. CAT will begin piloting a new “smartcard” system that allows riders to add value via machines rather than having to use cash or coins. cseward@newsobserver.com

Raleigh’s Capital Area Transit to roll out ‘smartcard’ fare system

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