RTD launches a new payment method for passes: Stored Value Account

  

Introducing Stored Value Account. A new way to pay for passes in the RTD Mobile tickets app

  

RTD launches a new payment method for passes: Stored Value Account

Through the RTD Mobile Tickets app, customers can deposit funds to use when purchasing tickets

DENVER (June 1, 2021) – Starting today, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) is adding new functionality to its Mobile Tickets app with the debut of the Stored Value Account (SVA), a payment method that enables customers to deposit funds and purchase RTD passes whenever they please using their fund balance.

RTD customers can add funds to the SVA using a credit or debit card. This payment method acts as an in-app wallet, storing funds for future use instead of requiring customers to use a credit or debit card for every purchase.

The new SVA is not available in the Uber, Lyft or Transit apps. Customers must continue to purchase and activate passes before riding the RTD system. The RTD Mobile Tickets app Stored Value Account is an entirely new payment method, unrelated to the MyRide Stored Value Card. RTD continues to deliver innovative ways to improve its products, tools and customer experience.