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KentOnline Poll Reveals Majority of Motorists still want cash parking payment option

11.05.2022

According to a new poll run by Iliffe Media Newspaper KentOnline, 87% of people still want a cash option when paying for their parking. The poll was commissioned amid rising controversy surrounding the introduction of pay-by-phone services at some district car parks in the Canterbury area. Several council car parks, including the seaside stretch at […]

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Growing frustration leads to calls for urgent upgrades to Merseyrail’s ‘Outdated’ ticketing system

14.04.2022

Merseyrail, one of the UK’s largest urban rail networks, needs to act fast to overhaul their ‘outdated’ and ‘impractical’ ticketing system according to one leading MP and Liam Thorpe, political editor of the Liverpool Echo. According to Mr Thorpe, passengers across the Merseyside region are growing extremely frustrated and are being let down by what […]

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GTR Survey Reveals that Smart Ticketing holds the key to enticing UK passengers back to Rail

18.03.2022

According to research recently conducted by GTR (Govia Thameslink Railway) smart ticketing holds the key to increasing rail usage after 58 percent of customers surveyed indicated that they would travel by train using smart tickets after becoming more familiar with how they work. Smart tickets are designed to store electronic travel tickets on a microchip, […]

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New BPA Survey Reveals Motorists Still Prefer Cash for Parking Payments

09.03.2022

A new survey commissioned by the British Parking Association (BPA) has revealed that cash is still the most popular payment method used by UK motorists to pay for parking. In November 2021, the BPA, in partnership with ICM, conducted a ‘Parking Perceptions’ survey in a bid to uncover public attitudes towards a range of parking […]

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UK Survey Highlights Cash Parking Payment Preference as Parking Operators Re-evaluate Strategies

15.02.2022

Over the last two years the parking sector has encountered several unprecedented challenges. The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, coupled with the growth of homeworking, has led to an increase in vacant parking bays whilst cleaner mobility regulations that promote vehicle sharing and cycling have only added to the pressures faced by the industry. As […]

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Smart Ticketing & the Parking Industry, could they hold the key to increasing UK EV adoption rates?

02.02.2022

Last year the UK government officially confirmed that sales of new petrol and diesel vehicles are set to end by 2030 in a historic move to help Britain achieve the much-publicised net-zero emissions target. Following the announcement, it was hoped that electric vehicle (EV) adoption in the UK would grow exponentially, but, despite some promising […]

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Greater Manchester Transport Commissioner confident on plans for ‘London- Style’ integrated ticketing by 2024

15.11.2021

Following several setbacks, Manchester’s first ever transport commissioner Chris Boardman has declared that the region will adopt ‘London-style’ integrated ticketing on buses, trams and bikes by 2024. Four years ago, transport bosses in Greater Manchester launched a new smart ticketing scheme called ‘Get Me There’ in a bid to streamline and simplify ticketing across the […]

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Council Leader calls for Leeds to Adopt ‘Oyster Card’ system as part of new transport plans

18.10.2021

Leeds City council leader James Lewis has called for the region to adopt an ‘Oyster Card’ transport ticketing system and new mobile phone app following the announcement of the latest phase of the city’s long-term transport plans. Last week Leeds Council bosses published a much-anticipated document that sets out plans to encourage more people to […]

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