Quantcast
Destinations

Mobile Ticketing App for Boston Area Transit Reaches $10 Million in Sales

Excerpt from The Transit Wire

Skift Take

Major cities’ public transportation networks lag in terms of mobile compatibility given the costs of overhauling decades-old infrastructure. MBTA’s success with mobile ticket purchases signals the desire for digital improvements.

— Samantha Shankman

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s mobile ticketing platform has reached $10 million dollars in sales since it was launched in November 2012. Commuter rail riders have purchased more than 1 million tickets, representing 15% of all non-corporate commuter rail ticket sales.

“We are still early in the effort but we are saving thousands of dollars by not installing costly, static vending machines, saving on ticket production and eliminating cash transactions – all while making riders’ commutes easier.”

Read the Complete Story →

More Stories Below ▼
What 3 Airline Executives Wouldn’t Talk About at a Travel Agents’ Conference
The Vacation Rental Technology Ecosystem
Trend Report

The Vacation Rental Technology Ecosystem

Skift Business Traveler: Better Operations Coming From United Airlines
Video: How Amsterdam is Rethinking Urban User Experience to Build the City of the Future

Video: How Amsterdam is Rethinking Urban User Experience to Build the City of the Future

Delta and Etihad Are Road Testing the Future of Airline Fares and Loyalty
Free Report: What Millennials Want in Meetings