Article Highlights

Key Takeaway:

An in-depth look at INIT’s upset win over incumbent Cubic for a key U.S. fare-system procurement. Document review by Mobility Payments shows Cubic fell behind on technical points by a small margin in the second round and did not recover.

Key Data:

• Table: First-Round Score

• Table: Final-Round Score

• Graph: Price Bids, Five Vendors

• Table: Final Prices, INIT and Cubic

• Table: Cubic and INIT financial figures

• Document: Final Cubic Evaluator Scores

• Document: Final INIT Evaluator Scores

Organizations Mentioned:

• MARTA (Atlanta)
• Cubic
• Flowbird
• Indra
• Masabi
• Kontron

Large fare-system supplier Cubic Transportation Systems was ahead on points over second-ranked vendor INIT after the first round of competition last summer for a contract to provide the Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority with a completely new fare system, records obtained by Mobility Payments show.

MARTA short-listed the two vendors, then Cubic and INIT did their oral presentations in front of

Subscription Required

This premium content is only available to subscribers

Article has about2326words.

To keep reading, subscribe today

Get access to premium content from the only global publication devoted exclusively to mobility payments by subscribing today to the most authoritative source for news and analysis in the industry.

Already a member? Log in here