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Predict and plan for recovery as coronavirus restrictions ease.
The Shenzhen Bus Group provides an insight as to how it is planning to best manage the unprecedented COVID-19 outbreak.
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.
Why Account Based Ticketing provides passengers with improved convenience and flexibility.
Microtransit enables shared, on-demand travel within a service zone designated by a city government or transit agency.
This guide to increasing bus passenger loyalty outlines the most common passenger concerns and explains what bus operators can do to alleviate them.
Masabi provides a comprehensive eBook guide for transit agencies looking into the benefits of Fare Payments-as-a-Service, exploring why agencies and operators are moving to fare payments platforms.
Masabi issued a survey in the late summer/fall of 2019 to professionals working for transit agencies and operators around the globe, with a particular focus on fare collection teams.
Via partnered with King County Metro and Sound Transit to launch one of North America’s most successful transit agency TNC partnerships.
In less than three months, the on-demand public transportation network drew thousands of customers and the project has met its utilisation goals well ahead of schedule.
A piece of research by Masabi on mass transit riders and the key factors impacting public transport ridership highlights the emerging urban mobility ecosystem.
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.
From MaaS to account-based ticketing, the way passengers can access public transport services and pay for their journeys is changing and there are key trends transport providers need to be aware of.
The city bus market in China is massive, with a total of 651,000 registered city buses in 2017 and more than 90,000 electric buses purchased annually, according to Interact Analysis.