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Global Transit Ticketing & Fare Collection Report 2018

  • ID: 4582208
  • Report
  • January 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 146 Pages +
  • Global Transmission

The report outlines the upcoming opportunities in the procurement of automated fare collection (AFC) systems, devices equipped with near-field communications (NFC) technology as fare media, mobile applications (apps) for ticketing and related services such as journey planning, as well as the development of open-loop and account-based systems.

The report aims to serve organisations interested in the transit fare collection systems -transport authorities, operators, service and technology providers, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, EPC contractors, investors/lenders, research organisations, industry consultants, regulatory agencies, development institutions, etc.

Parts 1 and 2 of the report (PDF format) comprise 146 slides and provide information at the global level. They cover market analysis, development of standards, comparative analysis of fare media, impact of fare policy, pilot projects, new technologies, major trends, recent procurements, requirements for new or upgraded fare systems, delivery of value-added services/Mobility-as-a-service/Maas and launch of integrated (multi-modal, multi-operator) public transport ticketing at the local, regional and national levels.

Each city has unique experiences in utilising existing systems and implementing upgrades or new systems. Part 3 of the report (MS Excel database format) provides information on 300 cities from across the world. Of these, 50 cities are in North America, 20 in Latin America, 75 in the Asia Pacific, 115 in Europe and 40 in the Middle East and Africa.

Each city profile provides information on:

  • Population
  • Key players (operators and developers)
  • Ridership for each mode
  • Current fleet size
  • Current network size for each mode
  • Existing fare media and technology
  • Existing level of fare integration
  • Planned public transport network growth
  • Plans for new fare media
  • Planned level of integration
  • Contract awards
  • Open tenders

Part 4 (Appendix) of the report provides an outline of the research methodology and a list of the tables and figures presented in the report.

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Part 1: Industry Overview, Trendsand Outlook
1.1 Current Transit Ticketing & Fare Collection Industry
1.1.1 Overview
1.1.2 Market Size
1.1.3 Account-based Ticketing (ABT)
1.1.4 Digitisation in Public Transport and Ticketing
1.1.5 Integration and Interoperability
1.1.6 Mobility-as-a-service (Maas)
1.1.7 Standards and Certifications
1.1.8 Key Trends and Developments
1.2 Recent Developments (12 months)
1.2.1 Recent Contracts Awarded
1.2.2 Recent Pilot Projects
1.2.3 Open Tenders
1.2.4 Other Recent Developments
1.3 Outlook and Opportunities
1.3.1 Key Growth Drivers
1.3.2 Market Outlook
1.3.3 Plans for Deployment of Advanced Fare Media
1.3.4 Plans for Fare Integration and Interoperability
1.3.5 Technology Innovation and New Fare Media
1.3.6 Big Data and Smart Ticketing
1.3.7 Cybersecurity in Ticketing
1.3.8 Key Issues and Challenges

Part 2: Industry Analysis
2.1 Analysis by Fare Media
2.1.1 Paper tickets, Magnetic-stripe tickets and Contact-based smartcards
2.1.2 RFID-Tokens
2.1.3 Contactless smartcards
2.1.4 Bank cards
2.1.5 Mobile Ticketing (NFC-based, mobile wallets, SMS-based, etc.)
2.1.6 Other Fare Media (key chains, fobs, etc.)
2.1.7 Comparative Analysis of Alternative Fare Media
2.2 Analysis of Integration and Interoperability
2.2.1 Integration and Interoperability
2.2.2 Ticketing for Single Mode
2.2.3 Ticketing for Multiple Modes, Single Operator
2.2.4 Multi-Modal and Multi-Operator Ticketing
2.2.5 Regional Integrated Ticketing Systems
2.2.6 Nation-wide Systems
2.2.7 Partnerships with Financial Services Companies
2.2.8 Improving Transit Operations Efficiency
2.2.9 Integration with Non-Transit Services
2.3 Analysis of Regional Trends and Opportunities
2.3.1 North America
2.3.2 Latin America
2.3.3 Asia-Pacific
2.3.4 Europe
2.3.5 Middle East and Africa
2.4 Key Players
2.4.1 Overview
2.4.2 Profiles of Key Players
2.4.3 Industry Outlook

Part 3: 300 CITY PROFILES (MS Excel Database)

Part 4: Appendix
List of Cities Covered in the Report
Sources and Methodology

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