Passenger has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Open Data Impact Award at the inaugural TRANStech Awards. The TRANStech ‘Impact Awards’ reward how the use of technology makes transport better.
This week, East Yorkshire’s new Passenger website launched, one week ahead of schedule. As well as being packed with features, the new website is already saving the East Yorkshire team plenty of valuable time.
Public transport plays a massive part in active travel, as some journeys are too long a distance to replace with walking and cycling alone.
From this week, Passenger mobile app operators can now sell tickets with a fixed start and end date, opening up a whole world of possibilities for selling tickets to new audiences.
As Passenger on-boarded new operators, we had to make changes to our infrastructure and applications to support increased traffic, new features and maintain quick response times.
Digital products are constantly changing, yet the art of reciprocity always remains. The Passenger team look at the ways rewards improve customer retention and engagement ahead of the new Rewards feature for mobile apps.
For inclusive transport week, Passenger asks ‘how can travel apps provide a better experience for disabled people?’
Following a Passenger workshop, an AUB Visual Communication student project is recognised at the International Design Awards (IDA) in LA.
Go-Ahead subsidiaries Brighton & Hove Buses and Go South Coast are the latest to publish Open Data portals ahead of regulations laid out by DfT following the Bus Services Act 2017
Passenger and Borders Buses deliver one of the key requests highlighted in the recent Transport Focus research “Making bus a better choice for young people”.
Passenger releases Alexa Voice Assistant for NCT for journey planning, bus times and travel information in Nottingham.
In light of the cyber attacks in recent news, the Passenger team observe the incidents from an outsider's perspective and look at ways users can do more to protect their details across online accounts.