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Contactless around Manchester has been warmly welcomed to the transport network, but now TfGM must make sure passengers touch-out to ensure they are charged the correct amount.
Queues in stations could be a thing of the past with new smart ticketing technology that detects an app on individuals' smartphones and charges them automatically.
Masabi brings contactless tap and ride ticketing to cities of any size and budget with new multi-format scanning device - the Justride Validator.
Berliners could be paying the equivalent of €1 a day for their public transport as mayor Michael Müller sets his sights on the Vienna Model.
In competition with Uber, inDriver has launched in Ugandan capital Kampala, giving passengers the freedom to choose their own fares.
New collaboration between Uber, Masabi and the Regional Transportation District (RTD) of Denver gives the Uber app another function; real-time information and ticketing.
Passengers will simply be required to touch-in and touch-out at tram stops without the need to buy a ticket or download an app.
With smartphone penetration at an all-time high and urban populations skyrocketing, this whitepaper from Fortumo explains how to improve accessibility in transport through mobile payments and telco partnerships, and how this can drive higher ridership numbers for public transport providers.
Following in the footsteps of New York and London, Queensland is set to trial a new contactless payment system which is expected to cost $371 million.
The Swiss team aiming to make public transport payment as simple as possible announces its first foray into the Nordics, as well as a UITP award win for 'Design processes and products'.
Gareth Turner, Head of Fares and Ticketing at Transport for Greater Manchester, explains how the appetite for on-demand services is spreading to transport, and outlines the steps that the UK’s transport network needs to consider, from payments to collaboration, in order to make MaaS a reality.
Simon Laker and John Elliott at Consult Hyperion explain how, after more than a decade of trials and poorly-received launches, open-loop transit payments are now expected to gain significant traction in the U.S.