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EXCLUSIVE: The rollout of contactless ticketing in Europe

Technology| February 8, 2018

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

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

Technology| November 22, 2017

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.

Technology| October 6, 2017

Bytemark, MARTA teaming for mobile fare ticketing app

Using validators from hardware supplier, Kapsch, the visual and barcode-based tickets will allow MARTA to deliver an even better quality and affordable transit service to the people of Atlanta.

Technology| September 29, 2017

UTA launches Passport-backed mobile ticketing app

The convenience of handling transit ticketing through a mobile device provides users with the efficiency and speed.

Bus| August 21, 2017

Calif.'s Omnitrans introduces Token Transit mobile fare payment app

The transit agency expects that as customers switch from traditional paper passes to mobile fares, it will be able to save on printing and outlet distribution costs. 

Technology| July 7, 2017

Masabi brings mobile ticketing to Netherlands transport co.

The service is now live across the cities’ 17 lines, which account for more than $100 million in fare revenue per year.

Technology| June 29, 2017

San Antonio's VIA launches trip-planning, mobile ticketing app

Powered by moovel North America, the new app will allow bus and VIAtrans patrons to purchase fares using their smartphone, and activate them when they are ready to ride.

Management & Operations| March 14, 2017

N.C.'s CATS looking to add mobile ticketing for light rail line

Plans to begin testing the app in the spring, and hopes it will make it easier for it to partner with rideshare companies like Uber on so-called “first mile/last mile” trips.

Management & Operations| February 28, 2017

Fare Payment Upgrades Leverage Latest Tech Advancements

With mobile app and chip-enabled payments trending toward the norm, transit agencies are looking to add those capabilities to their systems to make paying fares simple, while also speeding up boarding times and increasing efficiencies in the process. METRO takes a look at some fare collection upgrade projects around the nation as well as the tech driving those changes.

Management & Operations| January 10, 2017

INIT, OCTA team for mobile ticketing project

The company's PROXmobil3 readers are fully capable of accepting open payments — contactless credit cards, debit EMV, and near-field communication devices — a goal that aligns with OCTA’s future plans.

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