Nagoya Railway to Launch Train Boarding Service Via Contactless Payment Starting March 28 at Select Stations

Nagoya Railway

Nagoya Railway, along with Sumitomo Mitsui Card, JCB, Nippon Signal, and QUADRAC, will start a train boarding service via contactless payments at three stations on the Nagoya Railway network from March 28.

Passengers can board and alight by touching their eligible cards or smartphones to a dedicated reader installed at automatic and manned ticket gates. The supported brands include Visa, JCB, American Express, Diners Club, Discover, and UnionPay. Mastercard is scheduled to be added sequentially. The service will initially be available at Central Japan International Airport Station, Meitetsu Nagoya Station, and Kanayama Station, with plans to expand to 13 stations by around fall 2024.

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