Officials in Italy have reportedly denied an appeal by Italy-based fare-collection technology provider Pluservice and its partner, acquirer and processor Nexi, which had challenged a planned contract award to U.S.-based Conduent in Venice. […]
In April, U.S.-based Conduent created considerable buzz in the fare-collection industry when it announced it would spin off or sell its transportation business. […]
Transit officials in Venice, Italy, are believed to have chosen U.S.-based fare-collection system vendor Conduent, working with acquirer Elavon, for a 5-year concession agreement to roll out open-loop payments, Mobility Payments has learned. […]
U.S.-based Conduent, a business services outsourcing company, said it would sell or spin off its transportation business unit, a major automated fare-collection system supplier globally. […]
Italy continues to be a leader in the rollout of open-loop fare payments with even mid-tier cities now introducing the technology to riders.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, or SEPTA, in Philadelphia plans to introduce open-loop payments of fares, with a pilot scheduled for around June, a spokesman confirmed to NFC Times. It makes SEPTA part of a small but growing number of U.S. transit agencies that are accepting payments of fares from contactless bank cards and NFC wallets or are planning to do so. […]