Transit and Tolls: New Tracks for Growth in Prepaid in the U.S.
|発行||Mercator Advisory Group, Inc.||商品コード||309838|
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 20 Pages
|公共交通機関および高速道路通行料徴収：米国におけるプリペイドの新しい成長路線 Transit and Tolls: New Tracks for Growth in Prepaid in the U.S.|
|出版日: 2014年08月07日||ページ情報: 英文 20 Pages||
‘Transit and Tolls: New Tracks for Growth in Prepaid in the U.S.’ examines how prepaid payments are displacing cash in both mass transit and highway tolling. The two sectors offer market opportunities for prepaid providers across the value chain, but challenges remain.
The Transit and Tolls segment of the prepaid market encompasses a variety of form factors, including closed-loop magnetic-stripe cards, open- and closed-loop contactless cards, transponders, and increasingly mobile apps. All hold promise for reducing the role of cash and cash handling in major transportation systems.
“Despite the challenges of legacy systems and government contracts, transit and tolling offer opportunities for companies all along the prepaid value chain from issuers to processors to distributors,” said Ben Jackson, Director of Mercator Advisory Group's Prepaid Advisory Service and coauthor of the report. “As transportation payment systems adopt new technologies, prepaid will be an important source of funds for commuters of all types.”
Source: Mercator Advisory Group, state annual reports, state websites, E-ZPass Group.
This report is 20 pages long and contains 7 exhibits.Organizations mentioned in this report include: Chicago Transit Authority, Cubic Transportation Systems Inc., E-Z Pass, FasTrak, GeoToll, Masabi, Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, Minnesota MNPASS, Ring Theory, SunPass, TxTag, TollTag, Utah Express Lane.