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South Shore train tickets can now be purchased, stored on mobile app

A free smartphone app now allows passengers to buy tickets ahead of time on their mobile devices.

Posted on May 31, 2014 at 9:06 a.m.

Riding the South Shore train just got a little more tech-friendly.

Passengers can now buy and store train tickets on their mobile device through a free app, according to the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District.

All ticket types can be purchased through the app, including regular- and reduced-fare tickets and monthly passes.

The app is available through iTunes and the Google Play store. A tutorial is available at www.nictd.com/mobiletickets.


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