Masabi works in partnership with over 25 leading transport agencies, operators and cities around the globe.
In Athens, customers had to travel to their nearest Metro station to buy a ticket, even if they were traveling by bus. This closed approach hindered the freedom and flexibility usually associated with travel and restricted journeys across transport types.
At the 2016 Transport Ticketing and Passenger Information Global Awards, The Transport for Athens mobile ticketing deployment won Most Successful Mobile Ticketing Programme 2016.
Download the case study and learn how Masabi, MasterCard and Athens delivered city-wide multimodal mobile ticketing, and were able to:
Metrolink is Southern California’s commuter rail system.
Historically they operated a paper-based ticketing system. During busy periods, the long lines at vending machines were a major source of customer frustration and complaints.
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The Nassau Inter-County Express (NICE Bus) run the local bus system serving Nassau County, New York.
NICE wanted to reduce dwell times at each stop by introducing a pay before you board option for passengers, speeding up journey times, reducing cash handling and improving operations.
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MBNA Thames Clippers operate the London-based river ferry service. Ticket control on a Clipper previously occurred when disembarking, sometimes leading to long dwell times at each pier, as the time it took for customers to purchase a ticket before disembarking caused delays to the service.
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In 2012, to reduce the cost and inconvenience of on-board cash purchases, Boston’s MBTA, the US’s 5th largest transit agency, had been looking to extend its smartcard, CharlieCard, to it’s Commuter Rail.
This would allow riders to move away from paying on-board with cash – however the proposed smartcard project was expected to cost over $70m in CapEx alone.
Instead they opted for a mobile ticketing solution and today around 50% of tickets are sold via the mobile ticketing app.
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Arriva Trains Wales (ATW) were looking for a way to increase the number of semi-regular passengers using their services.
They needed to expand ticket sales capacity. However, they didn’t want to spend hundreds of thousands of pounds on expensive hardware.
The answer – The AWARD WINNING Mobile Multi-Flex. A flexible carnet product sold exclusively through the Arriva Trains Wales mobile app.
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In July 2013, the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) requested interested firms to submit proposals for a mobile ticketing system.
This pilot project was to be aimed at its Trolley service to Chargers and Aztecs football games at Qualcomm Stadium.
Download the case study and learn how San Diego MTS were able to deliver mobile ticketing to it’s riders in just two weeks easing congestion during large sporting events.