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From popular media and political comment, it sometimes seems that fare levels are a really critical issue for public transport, but in fact the role... continue
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Discounted tickets are fuelling first class rail travel in Britain. Just over 11 million first class trips were made in 2012, up from 6.7 million in... continue
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FirstGroup says it hopes to have the first of its much-delayed contactless bankcard ticketing (EMV) systems installed on its buses in the UK before... continue
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Public transport users will soon be able to top-up their smartcard tickets at retailers, under a deal between smart ticketing company, Ecebs, and... continue
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A UK company behind what it describes as “the visual equivalent of NFC” is one of 17 technology start-ups chosen by Spanish telecoms... continue
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Hungary will launch its planned national mobile payment system, designed to enable uniform payment for all transport fares and fees by mobile phone,... continue
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According to National Rail’s Journey Planner, a simple trip in the Greater London area from Watford Junction to Woking requires two mainline... continue
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Though Paris and London have attracted attention by developing their regional heavy rail networks to supplement existing tube/metro lines through new... continue
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Delivering a seamless passenger transport system is one of the goals of EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas, and a EC contract just awarded to a... continue
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The quest for seamless multimodal travel has been set out again in the UK Department for Transport’s new ‘door-to-door’ transport... continue
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If it were not already a trademark, French state railway operator SNCF must have been tempted to call their latest TGV service “easyTGV”... continue
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The EU-sponsored Mobinet project is aiming to offer travellers a new set of smartphone apps designed to make it easier for people to move around the... continue
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Global technology analyst ABI Research is predicting that 2.1bn contactless ‘credentials’ – a combination of smartcards and radio... continue
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Finnish contactless supplier Confidex has won the £400,000 job to supply contactless paper tickets on the Glasgow Subway for the Strathclyde... continue
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The UK’s major rail companies are set to be included in a new “GDS for rail” being developed by technology giant Amadeus this... continue
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The Opal smartcard system for public transport currently being installed in Sydney by the Cubic-led Pearl consortium for regional agency Transport... continue
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Wales Transport Minister Carl Sargeant has launched a public pilot of the government-backed national pay-as-you-go GoCymru travel smartcard. Starting... continue
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Brighton and Hove Buses have launched a new mobile ticketing solution powered by specialist Corethree’s Core Engine integration platform. It... continue
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UK transport secretary Justine Greening was unceremoniously reshuffled out of her job, apparently due to her opposition to the expansion of Heathrow... continue
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