The latest press releases and Ticketer news to hit the headlines. Here we celebrate our customers’ successes, and the ticketing technology that’s helping them along the way.
D&G Bus has switched to Ticketer ETMs in order to give passengers more payment options and also to utilise the built-in schedule adherence feature.
Uno Buses, along with the University of Northampton, officially launched contactless payments on their new Ticketer ETMs yesterday, the first operator to go live across Northampton.
Customers will be able to buy their single, return, all-day and weekly tickets -– up to the value of £30 -– with their Contactless bank cards or enabled mobile devices.
Visitors to Ticketer’s stand A30* at Coach & Bus UK will have the opportunity to view the exciting new features on the company’s next generation of Electronic Ticketing Machines.
Thamesdown Transport has introduced contactless technology through the very latest Electronic Ticket Machines from Ticketer. Passengers in Swindon are now able to pay for travel using Apple and android devices and Apple Watch, as well as existing smart travel cards and cash.
Ticketer, the UK’s fast-growing Electronic Ticket Machine (ETM) supplier, is providing Go-Ahead with its latest ETMs, with a fully integrated EMV reader for contactless payments.
We know, the words ‘public transport’ and ‘personal’ don’t necessarily go hand in hand.
The Ticketer team is made up of a brilliant bunch of people who are committed to the future of our customers’ businesses and the future of public transport.
With over 4.4 billion local bus journeys made in England in 2017, it is clear that buses are an essential part of many people’s journeys.