Moscow’s ticketing system has undergone a complete overhaul in the past year, with all new work set to be completed by the end of 2021.
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For Intelligent Transport , Amy Ford, Vice President, Policy Programs and Mobility on Demand at ITS America and the Mobility on Demand Alliance, assesses the next steps for the complete integration of mobility services, payment, and information delivery across the mobility landscape.
The Canadian city of Laval hopes to fit all of its buses with the new contactless payment technology by the summer of 2021.
Brussel’s new Brupass unites four different transport operators under one single ticket in a bid to make travelling in the Belgian capital much simpler.
Jaspal Singh, Senior Expert – IT and Development at UITP, explains how mobile ticketing technologies are advancing and what comes next in their evolution.
Brandon Policicchio of Greater Dayton RTA talks cashless fares, and explains what his authority is doing to make transit accessible for everyone.
Passengers in York can now buy tickets and plan journeys with all of York’s bus operators in one unified travel app.
A panel of public transport and urban mobility experts discuss the work that the industry’s public and private parties need to do to deliver better services through more effective data management and usage.
MJ Maynard, CEO of RTC Southern Nevada, discusses why contactless payment systems are not always the best for everyone, and explains how her authority is making sure everybody has the means to ride RTC in Las Vegas.
Since autumn 2020, Moscow’s ticketing system has been spreading to other Russian regions in a bid to offer greater convenience to passengers.
The Lancaster authority has confirmed that tickets for its buses can be bought on mobile and validated onboard through scanners.
The DfT hopes that the new open data programme will reduce waiting times for buses in the UK and make fares more transparent.
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.