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UTA launches Passport-backed mobile ticketing app

Posted on September 29, 2017

With over 45 million transit boardings a year, UTA’s main goal is to deploy an app that provides users with a more convenient fare experience. Photo:UTA
With over 45 million transit boardings a year, UTA’s main goal is to deploy an app that provides users with a more convenient fare experience. Photo:UTA

Riders on Utah Transit Authority (UTA) can now skip waiting in transit ticket lines and use their smartphones to buy their fares with the launch of the UTA GoRide mobile ticketing application, the angency announced.

Passport, a leader in transit and parking payments, powers the mobile ticketing app for UTA and has launched mobile solutions for large cities around the world.

The convenience of handling transit ticketing through a mobile device provides users with the efficiency and speed. Passangers can plan transit trips using the in-app route planner, use mobile tickets to board transit or store them for later use, and manage purchases or transit history in the app.

With over 45 million transit boardings a year, UTA’s main goal is to deploy an app that provides users with a more convenient fare experience.

 

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