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‘New frontiers in transport ticketing’ industry guide now available to download for free.

Posted by Luke Upton on Aug 1, 2017

Untitled design (18).jpg“After over a century of stagnation, we are seeing the seismic impacts of mobile, cloud and low-cost hardware benefitting rail operators and passengers alike.”

How you pay for your journey on public transport has probably changed in the last five years. And if it hasn’t, it will soon. Paper or token based tickets have been mainstays of the industry since those first 19th century journeys but not for much longer. With the digitisation of society extending into the rail and metro industry, we are now seeing an embrace of innovative ticketing solutions offering benefits to passengers and transport operators alike. Fare collection underpins the industry’s growth, and solutions that do it in a better way, and increase revenue present a hugely attractive opportunity. To learn more about this we spoke to leading experts and practitioners from around the world from rail and metro operators, key consultants and solutions providers. In this guide, we take a global tour of developments from biometrics scans to nation-wide e-tickets and much more so download and read today!

Download now: New frontiers in transport ticketing industry guide

Click here to get your copy of our 25th digital guide - New frontiers in transport ticketing.

This guide wouldn’t have been possible without our sponsor Masabi, the global leader in mobile ticketing and fare collection for transportation. They work in partnership with more than twenty-five leading transit agencies and operators in the US, Europe and around the globe, including; Boston’s MBTA, New York’s MTA, Greater Anglia, Virgin Trains, Keolis, Orleans, The Hague, LA Metrolink and Transport for Athens. Learn more about their exclusive views on the technologies driving industry changes by reading this guide. 

Our next digital guide is: Tracks into the Future: Digital Signalling and Train Control (Scheduled for publication week commencing: 16th October). We have two opportunities remaining to be featured, if you'd like to learn more 


Topics: Ticketing

Luke Upton

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