A new home for modern and equitable transportation innovations

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Welcome to the California Mobility Marketplace—a one-stop resource to help California’s transportation providers make travel planning and payments simpler and more cost effective for customers.

Explore this site to find support for purchasing open-loop fare collection hardware/software and learn how contactless fare collection can help you and your riders.

Contracts update!

U.S. public transit providers, we have news for you: Modernizing your fleet to accept riders’ debit/credit card fare payments is now possible with the State of California’s award of Master Service Agreements (MSAs) for open-loop contactless fare validators (payment acceptance devices) and fare calculation software (transit processor services). See our Contracts page for more info and to view MSAs.

Modernize your fare collection system

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Stay tuned! For updates on the availability of Master Service Agreements and other contract vehicles, please check out our Contracts page or join our mailing list.

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Begin taking contactless fare payments

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Learn how to start accepting passengers’ contactless bank cards and smart devices through the Master Service Agreements (MSAs).

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The state of transit

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California is home to more than 300 transit providers—explore them by county, passenger volume, fare revenue, and other data points.

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What is Cal-ITP?

Created and managed by Caltrans, the California Integrated Travel Project (Cal-ITP) is a statewide initiative designed to unify all transit in California with a common fare payment system, real-time data standard, and seamless verification of reduced-fare eligibility. Questions? The Cal-ITP team is here to help.