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Moscow Metro, which launched the world’s largest biometric fare-collection service in October, said it now has 45,000 users and has recorded 160,000 transactions for the Face Pay service in one and a half months. While not large-scale growth, the agency still predicts that that up to 15% of passengers will be using the service in two to three years.

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In a statement attributed to Maksim Liksutov, Moscow’s deputy mayor for Transport, the metro is still predicting that 10% to 15% of riders will use regularly use Face Pay in two to three years.

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Moscow Metro

Moscow Metro has 45,000 users of its Face Pay service since launching its rollout of facial recognition fare-payments in mid-October, the transit agency said today, in releasing more details about how the service works.

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