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Key Takeaway:

The groundbreaking Venice open-loop project may be ready to launch. Also:

• Swedish Agency Pursuing ‘Hardware-as-a-Service’?

• Higher Scheme Fees for Transport for London

• NZ Project Linchpin Auckland Could Become Major Fault Line

Key Data:

Transport for London has seen payments scheme fee increase by around 20% over five years for its open-loop contactless payments service, a source told Mobility Payments.

Organizations Mentioned:

• AVM (Venice)
• Actv (Venice)
• Conduent
• Elavon
• BKK (Budapest)
• Sörmlandstrafiken
• ZTM (Warsaw)
• TfL (London)
• Visa
• Mastercard
• AT (Auckland)
• Thales RCS
• Cubic

An official with Venice transit agency AVM said the agency plans to launch its delayed open-loop service in the tourist mecca on May 1, which would be one year later than originally planned, Mobility Payments has learned.

The project is noteworthy because the procurement is designed to be completely capex-free, with

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