Topic : fare collection

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Metra will hold fares steady, budget $2.6B for capital improvements

Rail| September 11, 2019

As it does every year, the agency searched for ways to control or reduce its operating costs to head off the need for a fare increase.

Denver's RTD, Transit, and Masabi team to launch in-app ticketing

Technology| September 9, 2019

The transit agency’s popular Mobile Tickets app launched in the fall of 2017, and RTD began selling transit tickets within the Uber app in May 2019.

Technology| August 29, 2019

Passport introduces mobile payment app for Detroit transit services

Users can select various passes at standard or reduced fare rates for SMART, DDOT, and QLINE services.

Management & Operations| August 21, 2019

Dynamic Pricing Can Help Transport Charge Accurately for Services

Practice could also be leveraged to customize better services, accelerate digitization, and adopt sophisticated forecasting.

Mobility| August 19, 2019

Columbus launching first city-managed payment platform

Siemens Mobility and Bytemark, will integrate all mobility provider payments — spanning both public and private mobility options.

Technology| August 14, 2019

New York MTA marks millionth OMNY tap

The system launched as a limited public pilot on May 31 at 16 subway stations along the Lexington Avenue 456 line and on all Staten Island buses.

Management & Operations| August 9, 2019

Stronger finances leads SamTrans to reduce fares, offer free transfers

The changes will reduce costs to riders, help to modernize and simplify the system, and allow for innovative new practices.

Technology| August 5, 2019

Colo. transit deploys Masabi's account-based fare collection system

In addition to mobile ticketing, the new service allows students to use their existing ID card to tap and ride, powered by Justride.

Technology| July 31, 2019

N.C.'s PART moving to digital payment methods

PART plans to transition all passengers to TouchPass by the end of September 2019 and will stop selling magstripe paper passes on August 5.

Management & Operations| July 24, 2019

NJ TRANSIT's FY20 budget to boost personnel, customer experience

Approximately 61% of the operating budget is dedicated to costs associated with labor and fringe benefits.

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