National Mobile Payment Company to test passenger info, e-ticket system
Hungarian state-owned National Mobile Payment Company is developing a unified passenger information and electronic ticket system for multimodal public transport all around the country, Mihály Veres CEO said yesterday.
Veres expects the system to undergo a test phase this year before going live in Debrecen, eastern Hungary, next spring and across the country by the end of 2016. In future, the integration of parking and public transport systems, the introduction of park-and-ride services, the reduction of city traffic and the increase of public transport use in the city and suburbs will be among the National Mobile Payment Companyʼs mobility services, the CEO added.
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