SBI Introduces ‘Nation First Transit Card’ for Effortless Metro, Bus, and Parking Payments

In a significant move aimed at enhancing the convenience of its customers, the State Bank of India (SBI), the country’s largest public sector bank, has unveiled the ‘Nation First Transit Card.’

This innovative card promises to revolutionize the way people commute, offering a one-stop solution for digital ticketing across metro systems, buses, and parking facilities.

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Simplifying Urban Mobility

SBI’s ‘Nation First Transit Card’ is set to redefine urban mobility by leveraging RuPay and National Common Mobility Card (NCMC) technology.

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SBI Chairman Dinesh Kumar Khara emphasizes the national vision behind this card, which not only enhances convenience for customers but also contributes to the country’s development.

Expanding Ticketing Solutions

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SBI’s ‘Nation First Transit Card’ builds upon the success of NCMC-based ticketing solutions, which are already in use on MMRC Metro Line 3 and Agra Metro, soon to be accessible to the general public.

The bank’s participation in the NCMC program has led to the introduction of various transit cards, including ‘City1 Card,’ ‘Nagpur Metro MHA Card,’ ‘Mumbai1 Card,’ ‘GoSmart Card,’ and ‘Singara Chennai Card.’

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 SBI’s Dominance in the Banking Sector

As the largest public sector bank in the country, SBI continues to reach new heights.


With a home loan portfolio surpassing Rs 6.53 lakh crore and a deposit base exceeding Rs 45.31 lakh crore as of June 2023, the bank’s market share in home loans and auto loans stands at 33.4% and 19.5%, respectively.

SBI’s commitment to innovation and customer convenience remains unwavering.



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