A mobile app that rewards users with a free Dusseldorf transit ticket in return for watching four 20-second ads has become a little too popular.
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Transit operators envision a major shift toward mobile fare payment over the next five years, according to a survey conducted by The Transit Wire.
Hackers have found a way to use a smart phone and two apps to score a free ride on Vancouver’s TransLink (BC), according to CTV News.
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit is reportedly investigating a possible ticket scam that involves a manager at the pass office at one of its stations.
Some stories you may have missed: SEPTA schedules papal ticket lottery, VTA plans webinar for Hack My Ride, and TfL asks public to vote on design icons.
Some stories you may have missed last week: TTC starts phasing out tokens, Metro invites students to name TBM, GoTriangle brings back soap opera.
In Part Two of its series about transit technology, Government Technology looks at the benefits of mobile technology and, specifically, mobile ticketing.
An all-UK edition this week: Mobile app for blind bus riders, no more paper tickets predicted, return of the poo bus, and secure USB drives for TfL workers.
With MBTA customers facing snow-related delays, a local grad student handed out “Optimism Tickets” at a downtown station to cheer up commuters.
Updates from Australia and Arizona: Victoria commuters question default charges, NSW moves forward with Opal, and Phoenix makes it easier to buy rail fares.