Global Mass Transit Research has released the fifth edition of the Global Transit Ticketing & Fare Collection Report and Database 2021-2030. This report covers the current status of and opportunities in transit ticketing and fare collection in 500 cities across the world.

Some of the key highlights of the report are:

  • Global Mass Transit Research estimates that the AFC market size will increase from USD9.39 billion in 2019 to nearly USD14.6 billion in 2026.
  • The report provides latest information on the current status of ticketing systems and plans for deployment of advanced fare collection systems including open payments and account-based ticketing (ABT) in 500 cities in 113 countries across the world.
  • The report covers 80 cities in North America, 44 in Latin America, 117 in Asia Pacific, 191 in Europe and 68 in the Middle East and Africa
  • In the next decade, the spotlight will be on open loop ticketing and ABT with cities transitioning directly from paper tickets to such advanced contactless payments.
  • Of the 500 cities analysed by Global Mass Transit Research, 240 cities have firm plans to introduce open loop ticketing.

The report covers 3 distinct sections.

Parts 1 and 2 of the report (PPT format converted to PDF) provides an analysis of :

  • Market size of the AFC segment and sub-segments (current and projected)
  • Impact of Covid-19 and factors influencing new media deployment
  • Future plans for deployment of advanced fare collection systems
  • Key emerging trends and growth drivers
  • Size of the contactless smartcards market (current and future)
  • Bank cards for transit ticketing (current status and future plans)
  • Mobile ticketing for transit (current status and future plans)
  • Current status of the account-based ticketing (ABT) market and future plans
  • Open loop payment systems
  • Mobility-as-a-Service (key deployments, case studies, etc.)
  • Blockchain and data for transit ticketing
  • Current status and future opportunities by region (North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Middle East & Africa)
  • Regional trends and opportunities
  • Recent contracts, announcements and tenders
  • Current status and future opportunities by type of fare media
  • Current status of integration (multi-modal; multi-operator at the local, regional and national levels)
  • Planned level of integration and interoperability
  • Key policies affecting integration and cross-border ticketing
  • New technologies and innovations
  • Key players

Part 3 of the report (MS Excel database format) provides detailed information on 500 cities across the world. The report covers 80 cities in North America, 44 in Latin America, 117 in Asia Pacific, 191 in Europe and 68 in the Middle East and Africa

Each city profile provides information on:

  • Key players (operators and developers)
  • Modes operated in the city
  • Ridership for each mode
  • Impact of Covid-19 on ridership
  • Current fleet size and stations
  • Existing fare media and technology [contactless smartcards, RFID-tokens, NFC-enabled devices (excluding smart phones), paper tickets, magnetic stripe tickets, metal tokens, contact-based smartcards, bank/EMV cards  and mobile ticketing (App-/ QR code-/ NFC-based/digital wallets)]
  • Current ticketing infrastructure
  • Vendors/suppliers of ticketing infrastructure
  • Account-based ticketing (ABT)
  • Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS)
  • Existing level of fare integration (across modes, city-wide, regional, national, with retail, with parking, etc.)
  • Planned public transport network (lengths, stations/stops, rolling stock, estimated investment, and commencement of operations)
  • New fare media planned
  • Plans to deploy ABT
  • ABT vendors
  • Key contract awards
  • Contract values
  • Timelines and AFC implementation schedules
  • Planned level of integration (across modes, city-wide, national, etc.)
  • Smart city plans and scope for public transport fare system
  • Additional information

The report provides information on the following key players:

  • AEP Ticketing
  • Conduent Transportation
  • Cubic Transportation Systems
  • Flowbird
  • Genfare
  • Giesecke+Devrient (G+D)
  • Indra Sistemas
  • Infineon Technologies
  • INIT
  • Masabi
  • Mikroelektronika
  • NXP Semiconductors
  • Paragon ID
  • Prodata Mobility Brasil
  • Scheidt& Bachmann
  • Siemens Mobility
  • Thales
  • Ticketer
  • Vix Technology
  • Worldline

The report aims to serve organisations interested in transit fare collection systems—transport authorities, operators, service and technology providers, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, investors/lenders, banks and financial institutions, start-ups, research organisations, industry consultants, regulatory agencies, development institutions, academia, etc.

The report was released in July 2021.

The report is available in PPT format (converted to PDF) with detailed information in MS Excel database format. It is priced at USD5,000. As a special offer for public transport authorities/agencies, the report is priced at USD4,000.

To download the brochure, click here

To purchase the report online, please click here

For further inquiries, please contact:

Yasmeen Chopra
Mobile: +1 905 228 6419
Email: yasmeen.chopra@globalmasstransit.net

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The report is available in PPT format (converted to PDF) with detailed information in MS Excel database format. It is priced at USD5,000. As a special offer for public transport authorities/agencies, the report is priced at USD4,000.

To download the order form, please click here

To purchase the report online, please click here

For any query, please contact:

Yasmeen Chopra
Mobile: +1 905 228 6419
Email: yasmeen.chopra@globalmasstransit.net