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Business Models for Mobile Fare Apps (2020)

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Suggested Citation:"List of Acronyms." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Business Models for Mobile Fare Apps. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25798.
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69 API application programming interface APP application AVI automatic vehicle location CTA Chicago Transit Authority CUTA Canada Urban Transit Association DART Dallas Area Rapid Transit DCTA Denton County Transportation Authority iOS Apple’s mobile operating system MaaS mobility as a service NFC near field communication NTD National Transit Database PCI payment card industry PKI public key infrastructure QR Quick Response Code RFI request for information RFP request for proposal RTD Regional Transportation District SaaS software as a service SDK software development kit SMS short message service (also known as a text message) TAP Transit Access Pass URI uniform resource identifier URL uniform resource locator List of Acronyms

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Five different business models for mobile fare payment apps are examined, as the world of apps used by transit agencies in the United States and Canada continues to steadily grow.

The TRB Transit Cooperative Research Program's TCRP Synthesis 148: Business Models for Mobile Fare Apps documents current practices and experiences of transit agencies that offer mobile fare payment applications to transit riders.

The report includes case examples from six cities: Santa Monica, Denver, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, and Ontario, Canada.

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