European Smart Ticketing: Conclusions in Dublin

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For two years, the Atlantic cities of Dublin, Nantes, San Sebastián, Gijón, Aveiro and Liverpool have defined a common ticket system to facilitate the contactability between the Atlantic cities.

Financed by INTERREG Atlantic Area (ERDF), SITE has developed and trialled solutions which allow a greater mobility through the use of ticketing that is flexible and operable in different locations of the Atlantic Area. It contributes to sustainability and mobility and makes public transport a more attractive option for travellers.

The project has now reached its conclusion and provides an opportunity to share the learning and outcomes with a wide range of interest groups. Challenges of a more sustainable travel through smart ticketing in transports will be the main point under discussion in this conference called: Smart ticketing for mobility in Europe: The contribution of the Atlantic Area.

This conference will be of interest to Public Transportation operators, Policy Makers and most importantly users of Public Transport and mobility stakeholders. Participation is free of charge, but previous registration is needed.

More info HERE

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