Mobile Ticketing SDK

Enabling Mobility-as-a-Service for Public Transit

Mobile Ticketing SDK for Public Transit

The muti-award winning Justride SDK is a first for public transit, allowing urban mobility providers, like journey planners and bike and ride sharing services, to integrate the market leading mobile ticketing platform into their applications, connecting services together for a seamless user experience. The Justride SDK is currently enabling tickets in 3rd-party apps for over 23 transport agencies and operators round the globe

The Justride SDK

Connecting public transport tickets within 3rd-party urban mobility apps.

The Benefits

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Urban Mobility Providers

Companies can incorporate mobile ticketing into their applications, meaning that (subject to agreement with the transit agency) they can retail and deliver tickets for existing Masabi customers, or offer a combined offering to new agencies.

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Transit Agencies

Agencies can embed their mobile tickets into apps of their choice, be that because they want a customized front-end experience, or they want to sell tickets through the leading journey planner/urban mobility apps in their region. This helps extending the accessibility and discoverability of public transit.

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“Every week since we launched ticketing, more riders have used Uber to connect to mass transit. Initial numbers show riders are using the Uber platform to plan their commutes from end-to-end, using a variety of transportation options.”

David Reich, Head of Transit at Uber
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What is an SDK?

An SDK, or Software Development Kit, is a software library and set of APIs that allows a developer to easily integrate services from one provider into another. In this case, the Justride SDK allows 3rd party applications to request fare types, make payments, and deliver visual and barcode mobile tickets to a passenger through a secure ticket wallet.

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“Planning and paying for trips across modes, with public transit as the foundation, is the holy grail for cities. It’s only natural for riders to purchase tickets with the same app they use to plan trips and track their ride. Working with our partners, including Masabi and transit agencies across North America, we’re helping cities make seamless mobility a reality.”

Jake Sion, Chief Operating Officer at Transit

Mobility as a Service Partnerships

To date, we’ve already announced SDK partnerships with Uber, in a first-of-its-kind ride-sharing and public transit ticketing partnership, with Transit, which millions of people use for journey planning and real-time information. The SDK is also live in Spain for Lurraldebus through our partners Gertek and in Japan through our partners Jorudan. Visit our partner page to learn more about partnering with Masabi.

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Masabi and Uber Announce First-of-its-Kind Partnership

Integration will enable Uber users to book and display public transit tickets within the app, facilitating seamless multimodal journeys. Uber’s new ticketing option will be powered by Masabi’s Justride SDK.

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Masabi & Jorudan Launch Mobile Ticketing in Toyota City

Daily bus passes now available in Jorudan’s trip planning app in both English and Japanese

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NEORide, Masabi and Transit Launch Multi-Agency Mobile Ticketing App

Justride powers journeys across multiple transit agencies available via new EZFare App and integration with Transit app.

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RTD, Transit and Masabi today launch Transit in-app ticketing in Denver metro region

This deployment was made possible through an integration with Masabi’s Justride mobile ticketing SDK.

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The Justride SDK Brochure
The Justride mobile ticketing SDK is a first for public transit, allowing urban mobility providers, like journey planners and bike and ride sharing services, to integrate the market leading mobile ticketing platform into their applications, connecting services together for a seamless user experience. Download the brochure to learn more.
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