(Updated case study): The chief customer and business development officer for the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority in the U.S. told Mobility Payments that a phased approach in rolling out electronic payments and quick customer adoption has enabled the agency to get close to its goal of eliminating cash on board its vehicles.
Related stories, automatically selected:
Cubic Announces Two More Small Transit Agencies Launching Umo, as Company Seeks to Broaden Market Reach
In-Depth: Transit Agency Sells Passes for Bikes and Buses through Trip-Planning App, though Cash Still Reigns
Case Study: Amsterdam Transit Operator Seeks to Go Nearly 100% Digital for Ticketing to Cut Costs and Enhance Service
Google Announces Plans to Enable Public Transit Ticketing in Maps App along with Rollout of Parking Fare Payments