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Cover Story Detail: Issue Issue 28 5 Apr 2012

Is Rail Settlement Plan project the key?

The way UK train operators share out revenue could unlock a much wider travel retail framework

James Dark

A project involving the Association of Train Operating Companies has begun to consider building on the UK’s Rail Settlement Plan philosophy to offer payment reconciliation across all modes of transportThe project – South East Fares and Ticketing (SEFT) – was launched following the announcement in the Chancellor’s November budget that £45m would be provided as part funding for implementation of ITSO smartcard rail ticketing across the south east.

While SEFT began...

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