Its slightly before 7pm in NYC and Nathan and Erin are leaving their respective apartments . They are each going to use New MTA transit to meet up for their date.
Nathan decides to take the ferry service from his place to midtown since he thinks it will be quickest. He arrives the ferry pier to find the line way longer than usual. He realizes that if he waits, he will miss this ferry and be late for his date.
Looking into the distance he suddenly smiles and rushes towards the front of the line. There he finds a FacePay gate and after a quick scan, beep and 'Fare Paid" confirmation screen, he is boarding. The tourists are still on shore and Nathan has a smile of relief as the ferry leaves.
New MTA The Future. Going Your Way.
Erin enters a subway station and finds it full of emergency personnel due to some kind of incident. Two traditional turnstiles are roped off and there is an extremely long line of rubber-necking people complaining and waiting to swipe through the last available lane. Erin realises that if she doesn't do something, she will be extremely late.
Just as Erin is about to call to inform Nathan, she sees a FacePay gate. She dashes toward it and after a quick scan, beep and 'Fare Paid' screen confirmation, she passes the crowds, boards her train, and is on her way.
Thanks to FacePay, the New MTA service that allows registered users to charge their use of transit services, using only a quick scan of their face; Erin and Nathan are able to arrive to their date location on time. Just as they smile and embrace the screen fades to black. This transitions to a bus with a print ad for FacePay as well as the logo and slogan for New MTA before scene fades to black.