Collaboration with Uber and Lyft: Two Years on, Transactions Remain Low; Suspicions Run High over Data Sharing

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When the Regional Transportation District of Denver began enabling Uber to sell its bus and train tickets in May 2019-in the first integration of its kind in the world-it was seen as a rare example of a public transit agency and a private ride-sharing company...

Cubic Hires Another Fare-Industry Outsider for Senior Management, as It Seeks Turnaround

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Cubic Transportation Systems has hired another transit fare-industry outsider to fill a senior leadership role, as the struggling U.S.-based vendor seeks to turn its fortunes around. Stephen Caldwell, formerly of large Dallas-based business and technology...
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Updated: New South Wales Government to Roll Out Digital Opal, Launch MaaS Trial App

The New South Wales government in Australia plans to spend just under AU$568 million (US$395 million) to upgrade its Opal fare payments system, including rolling out a digital Opal card and launching a mobility-as-a-service app. [...]

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