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One year after Android, Paris Region users who have iPhone will be able to buy, validate and top up their RATP transport tickets and Navigo passes from their smartphones from February 2021. Until now, only Android smartphone users with NFC technology were able to test the dematerialized version of the Navigo Pass. Nevertheless, according to

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Some dream about it, others talk about it, Lyko did it. Yesterday we announced the official launch of our APIs. Real technological toolbox answering the challenges of MaaS (Mobility as a Service), Lyko provides you with all the functional and technological bricks you need to simplify the development of your own intermodal mobility solution. Through

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Launched in June, following the acquisition of Inchcape Fleet Solutions by Toyota Fleet Mobility, Kinto UK is broadening its scope with the help of Mobilleo from Fleetondemand, a MaaS platform dedicated to companies. Discover without further delay the new functionalities announced for Toyota’s global brand of mobility services. Access to a multimodal offer Currently, Kinto

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ECOMMPAY, an international provider of payment services and direct acquirer of bank cards, licensed and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has just launched a new payment system specially designed for the mobility sector. Presented on their website as “a payment solution that can keep up with the daily challenges that face running a

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Good news for the Mobility as a Service market in France, the SNCF’s MaaS application has just extended its mobility offer. Indeed, after trains, buses, VTC, cabs and carpooling, we now find bicycles and scooters on “Assistant SNCF”. Developed by e.Voyageurs SNCF, a digital subsidiary of SNCF Voyageurs, the application has just integrated this new

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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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