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The first operator in Scotland launches contactless payments

Industry news  •  23 June 2017  •  Eurotransport

First Aberdeen has announced contactless payments for its services, making it the first bus operator in Scotland to deliver the innovation.

Contactless payments now available on Quaylink Q3

Industry news  •  22 June 2017  •  Eurotransport

Go North East passengers using the Q3 Quaylink service can now board more efficiently with contactless payment options.

The Swift smartcard – new look, new solutions, new customers

Transport Extra, Z homepage promo  •  14 June 2017  •  Transport for West Midlands

For Eurotransport, Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) discusses its smartcard, Swift, and the benefits it allows its customers.

Go-Ahead launches contactless payments in Oxford

Industry news  •  8 June 2017  •  Eurotransport

Go-Ahead has begun accepting contactless payments at its Oxford division, comprising Oxford Bus Company, Thames Travel and Carousel Buses.

One card many features – A look into how Monorail integrated fares with CES 2017 registration badges

Webinars, Z homepage promo  •  16 May 2017  •  NXP Semiconductors

How Monorail tickets were integrated in CES event tickets, meaning one single card can be used for multiple services and why all parties profit from a multi-application solution…

National Express buses go contactless

Industry news  •  7 April 2017  •  Eurotransport

National Express West Midlands bus passengers have been paying by contactless for the first time in a new trial in Birmingham.

All aboard for the latest technology on Hampshire’s buses

Industry news  •  23 March 2017  •  Hampshire County Council

Finding the right change for a bus fare will soon be a thing of the past in Hampshire, as the County Council and bus operators First, Go South Coast and Stagecoach have pledged to bring forward investment in contactless payment technology.

Contactless payment for Stagecoach customers in Manchester

Industry news  •  7 March 2017  •  Rachael Harper

Stagecoach Manchester has become the first bus operator in the region to offer customers the option to pay for their travel via contactless payments.

New contactless payment option launched for Reading Buses

Industry news  •  27 February 2017  •  Rachael Harper

Reading Buses is the first independent operator to go 100% contactless in a scheme which will form the UK’s first town-wide contactless bus network outside of London. This means all residents in the borough will be served by buses accepting bank cards.

Meeting rising transport ticketing challenges: Why open standards are a prerequisite for future-proof system upgrades

Webinars, Z homepage promo  •  26 May 2016  •  Infineon Technologies

The Transport ticketing market is about to experience the undisputable advantages of open standards and how to leverage the interoperability, competitive and open membership benefits of open standards to meet current and future challenges like higher security and successful multi-application implementations. The webinar shows why open standards are a prerequisite for future-proof system upgrades and how easily they can be integrated…

Over 180 million contactless payment journeys made on TfL network since launch

Industry news  •  16 September 2015  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Eurotransport

Transport for London (TfL) has revealed over 180 million contactless payment journeys were made on the capitals public transport network in the first year since its launch.

Travel in London becoming more convenient with over 12 million contactless journeys made since launch

Industry news  •  13 November 2014  •  Transport for London

More than 12 million public transport journeys have now been made using contactless payment cards and devices since Transport for London (TfL) launched the new more convenient way to pay on 16 September…

Over one million contactless journeys since new way to pay launched on transport across London

Industry news  •  25 September 2014  •  Transport for London

More than one million journeys have now been made using contactless payment cards and devices since Transport for London launched the new way to pay for public transport in London last Tuesday, 16 September…

More than 128,000 contactless payments made on London’s rail transport network already

Industry news  •  23 September 2014  •  Transport for London

More than 128,000 taps using contactless payment cards and devices have been made since Transport for London launched the new option to pay across the London transport network on Tuesday 16 September…

More convenient journeys for millions as contactless payments launch across London’s transport network

Industry news  •  16 September 2014  •  Transport for London

From Tuesday 16 September, millions of customers will have easier and more convenient journeys as Transport for London introduces contactless payments on Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and National Rail services that accept Oyster…

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