The subtleties between different contactless payment models can be hard to grasp. We've created an infographic to help explain these transit models.
Season's Greetings from the team at Passenger. 2017 has been an exciting year. We welcomed 10 new operating companies to the platform across iOS, Android and web apps. Take a look at our 2017 in numbers.
Throughout 2017, Passenger deployments have enabled our customers to promote their businesses in new ways, at a time when shared mass transport is faced with a rapidly evolving future.
Thanks to a great effort from the teams at both Passenger and Cardiff Bus, new Passenger information apps were deployed as a seamless update, in less than four weeks.
Our approach to delivering apps with a high level of user experience design and reliability has led us to receive excellent both operator and customer feedback. We are glad to have been nominated as “Supplier of the Year” in two prestigious national and international awards.
The team at Passenger join London Midland Labs, an accelerator programme for new technology products with a focus on the future of travel and mobility.
Passengers increasingly rely on real-time public transport information since traditional timetables are no longer perceived as a reliable source. But how accurate is this real-time information? We have compared 3 different SIRI-SM providers and published the results in a white paper.
Can a chatbot that doesn't sleep help customer service teams to resolve transport queries in real time? Based on the data we've seen from our Passenger apps, we think so.
Local authority budget cuts are creating new types of inter-organisational collaboration. Attendees at Landor’s Digital Transport Exchange conference in Oxford agreed "we have run out of money. It's time to start thinking."
Autonomous vehicles are no longer science fiction, but that doesn’t mean it’s all figured out. We supported Transport Catapult’s IMCreate event where software teams spent the weekend innovating new ideas to help overcome some of the challenges.
We attended the #TravelHack Innovation Day to help shape the TfN's data strategy. The day was the first of a programme of engagement with industry specialists designed to improve public transport across the North.
The team at Passenger have history with running and attending hackdays, and we strive to attend them because of the opportunities and energy they create. Here’s some of the reasons why we think hackdays are awesome, and why we love to support them.