It’s now a year since the UK experienced the first lockdown. Our industry has been through an unprecedented time and so much has changed. But what hasn’t changed, is the determination of the public transport industry, and the sheer overwhelming commitment from the operators to keep services running, so that passengers are able to make their essential journeys safely and with ease. And now, as spring has arrived, the coming months are beginning to look a little more positive for the industry, and the UK as a whole.
At the time of writing this, over 30 million people in the UK have received their first dose of the Covid vaccine, and the roadmap is looking like it’s on track.
So, as we emerge from this (hopefully last) lockdown, and passenger numbers increase, our Ticketer CEO, Andy Monshaw wanted to say hi, and give a short update of some of the industry trends we are seeing and a hint of what’s to come.
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Ticketer is broadening its support to the transit industry with new leasing solutions for upgrades to Ticketer Electronic Ticket Machines.
Ticketer and Via, the leader in TransitTech, have announced a partnership to further the integration of demand-responsive transport (DRT).
Ticketer has launched an additional driver alert feature on their Electronic Ticketing Machine (ETMs) - Road Restriction Alerts (RRA).
Blackpool Transport are bringing Ticketer's contactless payments to all their buses with more developments for trams to follow.
Sargeants Brothers has introduced contactless payment technology, using Ticketer Electronic Ticket Machines (ETMs) across the whole fleet.
Brighton & Hove and Metrobus (part of the Go-Ahead Group) have reached 1 million transactions with Ticketer's ‘Tap On, Tap Off’ technology.
Ticketer ETMs have modernised Isle of Man Transport’s network, giving passengers the ability to use contactless payments.
Using Ticketer’s sophisticated ETMs, Reading Buses has transformed its service to offer a multitude of payment methods.
With Ticketer’s multi-currency ETMs, First Aircoach passengers can now pay using both Euros and Sterling, making cross-border travel easy.
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