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Suggested Citation:"ACKNOWLEDGMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2008. Privacy Issues with the Use of Smart Cards. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/23104.
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25 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This study was performed under the overall guidance of TCRP Project Committee J-5. The Committee is chaired by Robin M. Reitzes, San Francisco City Attorney’s Office, San Francisco, California. Members are Rolf G. Asphaug, Denver Regional Transportation District, Denver, Colorado; Darrell Brown, Transit Management of Southeast Louisiana, Inc., RTA New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana; Dorval Ronald Carter, Jr., Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago, Illinois; Dennis C. Gardner, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, Houston, Texas; Clark Jordan-Holmes, Joyner & Jordan-Holmes, P.A., Tampa, Florida; Sheryl King Benford, Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, Cleveland, Ohio; and Alan S. Max, City of Phoenix Public Transit Department, Phoenix, Arizona. Rita M. Maristch provides liaison with the Federal Transit Administration, and James P. LaRusch serves as liaison with the American Public Transportation Association. Gwen Chisholm Smith represents the TCRP staff.

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TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Legal Research Digest 25: Privacy Issues with the Use of Smart Cards examines basic privacy issues associated with the acquisition and storage of financial and trip data associated with the use of a transit smart card. The report explores who can access the data collected, what data may be accessed and under what conditions, and how the information can be used.


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