Sydney train passengers can now pay for fares using credit cards, smartphones, smart watches, wearables, and other electronic devices.
An interview with Andy Taylor, Director of Strategy at Cubic Transportation Systems. He tells about his mission to mainstream MaaS, his background, & more.
Cubic and Transport for NSW have signed a contract that will enhance Sydney’s ability to monitor & manage its roads & public transport.
Infrastructure Victoria has looked into the future and the possible impacts highly automated and zero emissions vehicles will have on road infrastructure.
Cubic Transportation Systems had successes at the Business Mobility as a Service Awards, including Matt Cole named as Business MaaS influencer of the year.
Cubic Transportation Systems has been awarded the contract to design, build, and operate a new ticketing system for Queensland’s public transport system.
This iMOVE research project involves the collection and analysis of detailed data to implement and validate advanced algorithms, to support the early identification of the onset of congestion and identify how best to mitigate its potential impact.
Sydney public transport customers can now use a selection of credit cards, in addition to their Opal card, to use the contactless fare payment system on the city’s ferry and light rail networks.
Cubic Transportation Systems, Transport for NSW, RAC WA, and the University of Melbourne were winners in the 2017 ITS Australia National Awards.
Follow the week’s news and events from iMOVE at the ITS World Congress 2017, in Montreal.