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Gone are the days of fumbling around for loose change to ride on Greenville’s public transportation. Greenlink has officially launched its new electronic ticketing system called TouchPass.

According to a press release from the City of Greenville, TouchPass allows customers to pay their bus fare using a reloadable smart card or a smartphone app. The goal is to simplify the boarding process for passengers.

As an added benefit, customers can freeze their account if they lose their TouchPass card and then transfer their account balance to a new card. Customers can also utilize an autoload feature to replenish their account whenever it drops below a certain balance.

Greenlink customers can download the TouchPass app by searching for “TouchPass Transit” in the app store on IOS and Android.

Customers who would prefer the reloadable smart card can pick one up at the dispatch booth inside the Transit Center at 100 W McBee Ave.

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