Katherine Conrad, Director at NEORide, sat down with Intelligent Transport’s Leah Hockley to discuss the significant role that smart ticketing plays in encouraging public transit use across the State of Ohio and beyond, as well as the work that is being done to ensure that those who are not digitally…
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In addition to making bus travel more convenient for SARTA customers, the new contactless payment options will reduce overtime and maintenance costs, as well as increase operational efficiencies.
Transit with EZfare will replace Greater Cleveland RTA’s existing RTA CLE app and will become its official app for purchasing fare media – allowing customers in Cleveland, and across Ohio, to purchase fares anytime, anywhere.
The first-ever awardees of the Federal Transit Administration’s Climate Challenge have been chosen across eight categories for helping to lead the country’s transition to a clean energy future.
While their private EVs are charging for free at the new station, customers can use SARTA’s hydrogen fuel cell or CNG-powered buses to travel to their place of work, local shopping centre or anywhere else that they need to go.
As part of the new partnership, Transdev USA will be responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Central Ohio Transit Authority's 73 paratransit and on-demand transit vehicles.
From 1 November 2021, the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority will be exclusively accepting Tapp Pay, meaning that customers will no longer be able to pay with cash on-board vehicles.
COTA's new digital payment system will work to reduce barriers to transit access through fare affordability and a seamless payment experience.
Two new electric transit vehicles have been added to the Central Ohio Transit Authority’s environmentally friendly fleet, with the aim to further the effort to reduce the authority’s vehicle emissions.
The Ohioan transit authority joins companies like PepsiCo and Airbnb on a list of the best companies in the US for women to advance in, thanks to equal representation in its executive leadership team.
The new Account-Based Ticketing system will allow riders to take advantage of fare capping technology, meaning they will pay less for their travel overall.
Monica Jones will lead the transport authority’s strategy on equity, diversity, and inclusion as it looks to implement policies fit for all Ohioans.
Brandon Policicchio of Greater Dayton RTA talks cashless fares, and explains what his authority is doing to make transit accessible for everyone.
The Ohio transport operator has launched the scheme to enable passengers to continue paying for bus travel in cash while keeping its vehicles contact free.