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|Full name||Cubic FasTIS|
|Machine type||Ticket Office-based|
|Type of ticket stock||Hopper-fed|
|Manufacturer||Cubic Transportation Systems|
|First introduced||April 2005|
|Machine number range||0001-0395|
|Window number range||Upwards from 51|
|Machines in use||305 (as of May 2007)|
|Locations/Areas/Train Operating Companies|
|Former users||South West Trains|
Cubic FasTIS ("Flexible and Secure Ticket Issuing System") is the latest TIS introduced to the UK National Rail Retailers. The prototype was piloted at Chiltern Railways High Wycombe station from April 2005, the second pilot machine was deployed at Banbury station. Following successful piloting, both Northern Rail and Chiltern Railways selected FasTIS to replace their APTIS fleet.
FasTIS was rolled out across all Northern locations from around December 2005; Chiltern rolled out across their stations around mid-2006.
A derivation of FasTIS called FasTIS+ was commissioned by RSP in late 2006 to replace the APTIS-ANT combination in London, used to retail TfL Oyster card products. FasTIS+ fully integrates the TfL Oyster and National Rail sales, and 99 machines are currently deployed across in-zone London rail stations.
Cubic FasTIS is now being replaced by Cubic FTO machine - 64bit and PCI-DSS secure
- "Chiltern Railways: High Wycombe station commences rebuilt (2 May 2007)". Archived from the original on June 7, 2007.
- "Station blaze disrupts journeys". BBC. 27 November 2005. Retrieved 2 January 2010.