Topic : fare collection

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Automated Fare Collection market to reach $13.5M by 2026

Technology| June 4, 2020

In 2017, North America accounted for the majority share in the global automated fare collection market.

Greater Dayton RTA teams with Masabi to launch mobile fare payment

Mobility| June 2, 2020

The launch further expands upon the RTA’s efforts to keep both passengers and employees safe during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Technology| May 21, 2020

ZED Digital releases touchless fare validators

The technology can enable continued fare collection, while also enhancing driver and passenger safety.

May 20, 2020

How transit payments will evolve post-Covid-19

Long after the initial threat of the pandemic has faded, Covid-19 will continue to be a catalyst for change.

Management & Operations| May 20, 2020

IndyGo returning to regular weekday service

The agency will continue to monitor ridership and evaluate routes and schedules.

Technology| May 19, 2020

LA Metro taps Transit to replace smartphone app

The partnership is expected to save the agency $240,000 per year in app maintenance and development costs.

Management & Operations| May 19, 2020

Sound Transit to reintroduce fares at a reduced rate

Service on Link will also increase at the same time, with trains running every 20 minutes during the day until after the p.m. peak.

Management & Operations| May 12, 2020

4 questions transit agencies need to ask themselves in the wake of COVID-19

Government orders to stay at home, social distancing recommendations, and an unfortunate rise in unemployment have meant that transit ridership has plummeted across the globe.

5 Long-term Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Transit

With this unprecedented crisis will come a new way for transit agencies to operate service and do business on a day-to-day basis. So what might that look like?

Technology| May 5, 2020

Creating a contactless future for cities

COVID-19 has made it clear that handling cash and touching equipment — like turnstiles or fare vending machines — to board, could make transit less attractive through the risk of infection.


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