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Moving to the Cloud to Improve Agency Efficiency, Customer Experience

Technology| February 15, 2018

As transit agencies look to move ITS and other systems to cloud-based servers, the doors open to integrate with other technologies to both improve efficiencies and the passenger experience.

Calif.'s OCTA set to implement mobile ticketing systemwide

Technology| February 12, 2018

The OC Bus app, which is available on iPhone and Android devices, launched last year and has quickly gained popularity among OC Bus riders, who have downloaded the app more than 76,000 times.

Technology| February 8, 2018

EXCLUSIVE: The rollout of contactless ticketing in Europe

One of the basics in any transport system is ticketing. Efficiently collecting payment remains at the core of the role of most operators.

Technology| February 7, 2018

RIPTA partners with INIT for electronic fare management project

Once implemented, RIPTA passengers will be able to pay fares by simply tapping their card or mobile device on a validator.

Rail| January 24, 2018

World’s largest subway system goes cashless, adopts QR code

On average, as many as 10 million people, more than Hong Kong’s population, take the Shanghai subway.

Technology| December 19, 2017

Alaska's People Mover launches Masabi mobile ticketing

Passengers can now download the free People Mover mTicket app for Android or Apple, and turn their smartphones into both ticket machine and ticket.

Technology| December 13, 2017

INIT processes first virtual fare card via Android Pay

The ground-breaking development constitutes a history-making milestone for TriMet, moovel, the provider of the Hop Fastpass mobile app, and INIT Innovations in Transportation Inc.

Security and Safety | December 11, 2017

Canada's Metrolinx enhances smart card privacy policy

Recommendations were designed to improve privacy protections and provide greater clarity to the public about how and when it will provide cardholders’ data to officers.

Technology| November 22, 2017

MBTA taps Cubic-John Laing consortium for next-gen fare collection system

Known as AFC 2.0, the new system has a total program value, for capital and operating costs, of approximately $723 million, which includes operating costs through 2031.

Management & Operations| November 13, 2017

Visa introduces global contactless transit payment program

A company study found that transit agencies spend an average of 14.5 cents of every physical dollar collected, compared to only 4.2 cents for every digital dollar.

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