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Ticketing : 7 Posts

A ticket in one click? Yes it is possible! FAIRTIQ has demonstrated this in 4 European countries. Indeed, in Germany, Austria, Lichtenstein and Switzerland, you no longer need to buy your ticket in advance. Or compare prices, FAIRTIQ does it for you. Zoom on this young startup, recently crowned “Gold Winner” at the third edition

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This tap-and-go system, launched in May 2019, seems to be a great success. With the goal of completely replacing the MetroCard by 2023, OMNY (One Metro New York) is already available in 77% of New York City’s subway stations. Zoom on this expanding system. A new contactless sytem First announced in February 2019 and then

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In this period of COVID, many municipalities are launching new solutions to respect the barrier actions as much as possible. Notably in the area of ticket purchasing on public transport. Indeed, in a previous article, we had drawn up a list of solutions for the dematerialization of transport tickets. From Open Payment to SMS tickets,

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“One ticket, please.” In this period of Covid-19 pandemic, many cities are looking for solutions to respect the barrier gestures as much as possible. Notably in terms of purchasing tickets. Since the appearance of the magnetic card in the 2000s, twenty years later, new and more innovative solutions have appeared. Focus on the existing ticket

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The well-known startup specialising in electric scooters, Tier, has just announced in its latest press release the launch of a new pilot project with the public transport operator in the Helsinki region. Namely, HSL. Indeed, users can now purchase their public transport tickets directly from the Tier application. Zoom on this great first for a

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On 30 January, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the International Union of Railways (UIC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). Represented by Alexandre De Juniac, CEO of IATA and François Davenne, Director General of IUC, this new partnership aims to meet the new requirements of passengers. Indeed, in the face of the “flygskam”

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