It works with National Common Mobility Card (NCMC). The specialty of this card is that it can be used in the whole country only with this one card. That is, this card can be used in transport. The card can be used for digital payment in metro card, bus, parking.
The country’s largest State Bank of India (SBI) has launched a new card which is ‘Nation First Transit Card’. Customers can use this card for transport. This is a RuPay prepaid transaction. It works with the National Common Mobility Card (NCMC). The specialty of this card is that it can be used in the whole country only with this one card. That is, this card can be used in transport. The card can be used for digital payment in metro card, bus, parking.
The card can be used at these places
This new card of SBI can be used for metro, buses, water park, parking etc. Many stores and e-commerce sites have also started accepting card payments. This card can be used at many places, hence it is very useful for the customers.
SBI Chairman Dinesh Kumar Khara said that this card has been introduced with the national vision. He said the Nation First Transit Card, powered by RuPay and National Common Mobility Card (NCMC) technology, is set to revolutionize the commuting experience. This has been linked with the national vision of “One Nation One Card”. Let us tell you that this card has been launched in Mumbai.
SBI already issues NCMC cards in collaboration with local transit agencies. That is, many such cards are already available, including “City1 Card,” “Nagpur Metro MHA Card,” “Mumbai1 Card,” “GoSmart Card,” and “Singara Chennai Card” Noida Metro, Nagpur Metro, MMRDA Metro Lines 2A and 7 are available in Kanpur Metro and Chennai.
While the current card is optimized for the transit network. Their availability is limited due to co-branding with the local metro, and most metro tickets are issued at windows. National First Transit Card is a common NCMC card which customers can get in future through SBI branches or apply online.
SBI is also using NCMC-based ticketing solutions in Mumbai’s future underground, Metro Line 3 and Agra Metro. Earlier, Paytm had released its own Paytm Transit Card on NCMC network.