Transport for NSW to pilot Opal+ Mobility-as-a-Service app

Transport for NSW Opal Plus Mobility-as-a-Service app showing journey planner

Transport for NSW is to officially launch the digital version of its Opal transit card that enables passengers to pay fares by tapping a reader with their NFC smartphone or smartwatch and to begin trialling a Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) app that will let users plan, book and pay for multimodal journeys across both private and public transport services... More




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Budapest launches Mobility-as-a-Service app with citywide and regional transit ticketing

Budapest Mobility-as-a-Service app BudapestGo on a smartphone

Budapesti Kölekedési Közpoint (BKK) transit authority has launched a new Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) app that enables public transport users in the Hungarian capital of Budapest to plan their journeys, purchase digital tickets and transit passes and receive real-time information about traffic-related changes to transport services... More