Ticketing comprises both hardware and software, from paper tickets to card readers and ticket vending machines on the one hand and reservation and ticketing software and apps on the other.
Paperless tickets are becoming increasingly commonplace, with smart ticketing – tickets that can be loaded on to smartcards or mobile phones – becoming the norm.
This section features suppliers who specialise in all aspects of ticketing and fare collection for the transport sector. You will find a directory of them below. You will also find the latest ticketing news here, including updates about events in the ticketing field such as Transport Ticketing Global.
Sqills is the leading, innovative, provider of high-quality, mission critical (SAAS) software solutions for the bus and rail industry.
Swiftly is a transport data platform that grounds every decision at your agency in the most accurate data in the industry.
Founded in 1992, NEXCOM is committed to being your trustworthy partner in building intelligent solutions for bus applications.
Switchio is an independent software platform for managing electronic payments for public transport under one flexible system.
Connected Mass Transit provides an end-to-end, highly secure network, from vehicles to transit stops to maintenance yards.
Sqills will attend the Smart City Summit & Expo (SCSE) in Kaohsiung, Taiwan from 28 March to 31 March 2023.
Greyhound and FlixBus have now fully integrated their technology and booking services to provide an extended intercity bus network.
Meet Switchio at Transport Ticketing Global on 7-8 March 2023 in Olympia London, the most significant public transport forum event.
The UK government is providing up to 75 million GBP to keep the single bus fare cap at 2 GBP until the end of June 2023.
Switchio is attending the most significant public transport forum event for smart ticketing and mobility professionals on 7–8 March.
In this issue: a look at the £2 bus fare cap in England, how to encourage modal shift to buses and the purpose of autonomous vehicles.
Masabi gives just some of the key benefits of a Fare Payments-as-a-Service approach against a more traditional model.
Bus-News magazine Issue 2, October 2022: Switchio – A Visa and Mastercard Partner for cEMV Payments in Public Transport.
Bus-News magazine Issue 1, May 2022: Switchio - Secure Contactless EMV Payments in Public Transport.
Switch to Switchio® and enjoy the ease, security and savings of contactless EMV ticketing in public transport.
Bus-News magazine Issue 1, October 2021: Ticketer - Unlock the Potential of Transport Data.
Bus-News Magazine Issue 1, October 2021: Bus Back Better with Flowbird.
Flowbird's market-beating, low-cost contactless ticketing & payments offer for UK bus operators meets the DfT’s Bus Back Better criteria.
Ticketer is the UK's most innovative electronic ticket machine (ETM) supplier, with ticketing machines on thousands of buses across the UK.