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Helsinki Regional Transport Authority (HSL) - Articles and news items

Ticketing supplement

Issue 3 2012, Supplements  •  26 June 2012  •  Suvi Rihtniemi, Executive Director, Helsinki Regional Transport Authority / Philippe Vappereau, President of Ixxi and Chairman of Calypso Networks Association / Lindsay Robertson, Director of Member Services, ITSO Ltd / Stephen King, Marketing & Sales Manager, Go North East

Redesigning Helsinki’s fare and ticketing system (Suvi Rihtniemi, Executive Director, Helsinki Regional Transport Authority)
Calypso developments: benefits, technology and implementations (Philippe Vappereau, President of Ixxi and Chairman of Calypso Networks Association)
Making a ‘smart’ move (Lindsay Robertson, Director of Member Services, ITSO Ltd)
The key to transforming the passenger ticketing experience (Stephen King, Marketing & Sales Manager, Go North East)

Parkeon selected for Helsinki Project

Industry news, News  •  13 February 2012  •  Harvest

Helsinki Regional Transport Authority (HSL) has selected Tieto Finland OY as the supplier of its new ticket and information system…

The exciting potential of mobility management

Issue 3 2011  •  22 June 2011  •  Suvi Rihtniemi, Executive Director, Helsinki Regional Transport Authority (HSL)

HSL – Helsinki Regional Transport – plans and procures public transport services in the Helsinki region on behalf of its member municipalities. HSL is also responsible for strategic public transport planning and long-term transport system planning. Mobility management was included in HSL’s activities at the beginning of 2010 when the new joint local authority began its operations. HSL coordinates mobility management within 14 Helsinki region municipalities. The Finnish Transport Agency coordinates mobility management at national level on behalf of the Ministry of Transport and Communications. HSL also actively participates in national development projects.

Mobility management is about influencing people’s travel behaviour mainly through marketing and communications. It is also about making public transport and other sustainable modes of transport, like walking and cycling, as attractive as possible.

 

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