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Creating a contactless future for cities

Technology| May 5, 2020

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.

Trapeze, Masabi team to bring integrated fare payment solution

Technology| April 23, 2020

The ideal MaaS model is driven by a platform that coordinates multiple modes of mobility to deliver an elevated rider experience.

Mobility| April 16, 2020

Riders rank convenience as highest priority when using transit

The Masabi report uncovered that only 500 of the 2,500 people surveyed have access to public transit and could provide responses.

Technology| March 24, 2020

Agency partners add mobile ticketing through unique procurement model

EZfare enables passengers to access an account-based fare collection system for multiple transit agencies and receive electronic transfers.

Technology| February 7, 2020

Shell makes investment in Masabi

Will help support the global expansion of Masabi’s Justride platform.

December 19, 2019

How to transform riders’ hectic holiday travels into a MaaS-terful experience

The transit agency has the opportunity to play a part in stitching together otherwise fragmented discrete legs of the trip into a seamless journey experience.

Technology| October 10, 2019

Laketran joins 12 transit systems to launch 'EZfare' mobile payment

Participants are members of NEORide, a council of governments comprised of 13 transit systems.

Technology| September 9, 2019

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

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 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 10, 2019

Denver's Uber Transit app showing strong initial performance, growth

Riders are using the Uber app to plan and book their transportation from home, to work, to appointments, and to the airport.

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