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INIT launches open-loop fare system in California

INIT has now signed a master agreement with California Integrated Travel Project (Cal-ITP)’s procuring agency, the California Department of General Services (DGS), to deploy an open-loop fare system throughout California and other U.S. states. According to the agreement, the integrated mobilit...

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Atm Milano replaces tickets by credit card (in subway, so far)

Paying for public transport tickets in Milan is becoming easier and easier thanks to digital technology. The municipal transport operator Atm Milano indeed began the installation of the first devices that will allow commuters to pay for the subway tickets directly at the turnstile with a contactless...

Masabi and Uber in team for multimodal journeys

Masabi announced a new strategic partnership with Uber. The goal? To add public transit mobile ticketing into the Uber app. Once an agreement is reached with a transit agency, Uber users will have the option to book and display  Masabi customers’ transit tickets in the app, allowing for seamless tra...
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