Kjell-Erik B. Eilertsen, Senior Principle Engineer at the Norwegian Railway Directorate, spoke to Intelligent Transport about the complexities that come with satisfying the different needs, requirements and approaches of different actors at regional, governmental and European levels when it comes to Norway’s ticketing.
List view / Grid view
Ticketing & Payments
Filter the results
Scandinavia, and particularly Sweden, appears to be leading the way in designing bespoke ticketing systems entirely in-house. Intelligent Transport spoke with Jonathan Bernhardt, Product Owner at Region Uppsala, about the region’s approach to creating its own system within the context of Sweden’s new national ticketing standard.
Lewis Clark, Executive Director of Customer Payment Services at Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW), details the organisation’s roll out of a new ticketing system, Opal, and the benefits it brings for their customers.
The Transport Opinion Survey (TOPS), which was carried out by the University of Sydney, measured public confidence in Australian transport infrastructure and services provided by local and national authorities.
The announcement comes after the MaaS Alliance announced it now includes 100 members.
In this webinar explored the potential impact on fare payment teams as well as the two hottest topics taking place in the public transport ticketing industry which both share a common naming convention, ‘as-a-service’.
In this webinar, HaCon and Siemens Mobility looked at the predominant factors that make MaaS valuable for both users and operators. Having built several successful platforms, its a unique opportunity to look into the success factors of MaaS.
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has completed a project using big data which aims to allow it to better predict seasonal patronage of its marine transportation services.
Robin O’Hara, Executive Officer in charge of TAP Customer Experience at LA Metro, tells Intelligent Transport how the operator is piloting wearable fare media for its customers, and how an extension of the pilot could have ease-of-access benefits across various user demographics.
Trond Hovland, CEO at ITS Norway, explains how the project to create a region-wide enabler platform for mobility in the Nordics – the Nordic Mobility Innovation platform (NMIP) – is bringing together data sources and attempting to lower the barrier to entry for regional MaaS.
In partnership with ACT, a Fujitsu company, Go-Ahead has created the key, one of the UK’s largest and most successful commercial smart card schemes.
In a project spanning three years, completing in 2023, the transit payment gateway will enable contactless EMV payments on all transport modes in Finland’s vibrant capital and some other cities in Finland.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has announced that the OMNY contactless fare payment system - which reached the milestone of 10 million taps in the past week - will go live on all Manhattan local buses by the end of March 2020.
In what is said to be a first in the world, the move aims to support growing challenges with congestion in the country and see a decrease in car ownership.