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Ticketing & Payments
The new mobile payment capacity will be accepted anywhere SmarTrip is accepted, including on all Metrorail, Metrobus, and some regional services.
Ridesharing giant Uber has partnered up with New York’s Fire Island Ferries to enable passengers to buy ferry tickets within the Uber app.
The UK government has announced the formation of a new public body, Great British Railways, which will bring the UK’s railways under single, accountable national leadership.
The Californian transit operator says it is the first in the state to offer this kind of payment technology to passengers, which it says will make travelling both more convenient and safer.
Finland is embracing tap-to-pay on transport in two of its biggest cities as contactless payments in Nordic countries continue to thrive.
Dubai’s RTA and financial company Visa will work together to improve Dubai’s ticketing system and make it easier for passengers to pay for their travel.
Bus franchising explained: What it is, where it makes sense, notable global examples, and the technology required to ensure it succeeds.
The pandemic has made contactless ticketing almost a pre-requisite for many public transport operators - read why Switchio's technology can make journeys smoother for all.
Hong Kong’s Octopus transit card is set to be rolled out across mainland China, offering users the means to pay for travel with one card in hundreds of cities.
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.
In advance of Intelligent Transport's MaaS North America Online Summit (29-30 June 2021), our latest whitepaper showcases the latest in mobility developments and trends.
The expansion of Moscow’s Troika card shows no sign of slowing down, as the city of Perm begins a pilot of the ticketing system.