Tender launched for Queensland Next Generation Ticketing Solution

1 October 2015  •  Author(s): Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Eurotransport

The State Government of Queensland has commenced a formal procurement process for an account based automatic fare collection system for its public transport network.

Tender for Queensland Next Generation Ticketing Solution

Account Based AFC Solution for State public transport network

The State Government of Queensland, Australia, is seeking responses for an account based Automated Fare Collection (AFC) system for its public transport network.

The Next Generation Ticketing Solution Expression of Interest (TTA15-025) has been released.

The State seeks experienced AFC development and management providers to participate in an interactive procurement process to design, build, test and operate the Next Generation Ticketing Solution.

The call for Expressions of Interest on the Queensland Government’s QTenders website marks the start of the formal procurement tendering process.

The primary communications channel will be in writing through QTenders TTA15-025.

The EOI will close on 2 November 2015 at 12:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (GMT+10, AEST).

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