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65 References Ali, N., Touret, M., Brakewood, C., and Paaswell, R. (2017). A Comparison of Transit Mobile Ticketing Applications in the United States and Europe. Proceedings of the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. Apanasevic, T., and Markendahl, J. (2017). Mobile Ticketing Services in the Northern Europe: Critical Business Model Issues. Proceedings of the 2017 Internet of Things Business Models, Users, and Networks, Copenhagen, Denmark, pp. 1–8. Apanasevic, T., and Markendahl, J. (2018). The Value of Mobile Ticketing from a Public Transport Perspective. Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems, 11, pp. 292–305. Bartin, B., Ozbay, K., and Yang, H. (2017). Evaluation of Mobile Ticketing Technologies for Public Transit. Proceedings of the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. Bernstein, J. (2014). A Business Model Analysis of Mobile Ticketing Partnerships. Proceedings of the American Public Transportation Association Rail Conference. Retrieved from http://www.apta.com/mc/rail/previous/ 2014/papers/Papers/Jeffrey%20Bernstein.pdf. Big Blue Bus. (2017). Your Phone Is Now Your Pass. Retrieved June 13, 2019, from https://www.bigbluebus.com/ newsroom/news/bbb-accepts-mobile-tickets.aspx. Brakewood, C., and Paaswell, R. (2017). Assessing NJ TRANSIT’s Mobile App for Users’ Receptiveness to Geotargeting. Final Report for New Jersey Department of Transportation. Retrieved August 13, 2018, from http://www. utrc2.org/sites/default/files/Final-Report-Assessing-NJ-Transit-Mobile-App-Geotargeting.pdf. Brakewood, C., Rojas, F., Robin, J., Sion, J., and Jordan, S. (2014). Forecasting Mobile Ticketing Adoption on Commuter Rail. Journal of Public Transportation, 17, pp. 1–19. Di Pietro, L., Mugion, R. G., Mattia, G., Renzi, M., and Toni, M. (2015). The Integrated Model on Mobile Payment Acceptance (IMMPA): An Empirical Application to Public Transport. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 56, pp. 463–479. Ferreira, M. C., Fontesz, T., Costa, V., Dias, T. G., Borges, J. L., and Falcao e Cunha, J. (2017). Evaluation of an Integrated Mobile Payment, Route Planner and Social Network Solution for Public Transport. Transportation Research Procedia, 24, pp. 189–196. Fleishman, D., Schweiger, C., Lott, D., and Pierlott, G. (1998). TCRP Report 32: Multipurpose Transit Payment Media. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C. Fleishman, D., Shaw, N., Joshi, A., Freeze, R., and Oram, R. (1996). TCRP Report 10: Fare Policies, Structures, and Technologies. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C. Fontes, T., Costa, V., Ferreira, M. C., Shengxiao, L., Zhao, P., and Dias, T. G. (2017). Mobile Payments Adoption in Public Transport. Transportation Research Procedia, 24, pp. 410–417. Georggi, N. L., Barbeau, S., Joslin, A., and Brakewood, C. (2016). Assessment of Mobile Fare Payment Technology for Future Deployment in Florida. Final Report for Florida Department of Transportation. Retrieved May 14, 2019, from https://fdotwww.blob.core.windows.net/sitefinity/docs/default-source/content/transit/pages/ finalreportmobilefarepayment20160331.pdf. Hendricks, S. J., Barbeau, S., Joslin, A., and Brakewood, C. (2018). Mobile Fare Payment Technology Phase II. Final Report for Florida Department of Transportation. Retrieved May 7, 2019, from https://fdotwww.blob. core.windows.net/sitefinity/docs/default-source/content/transit/documents/bdv25-two-943-63-mobile- fare-payment-final-report.pdf. Kok, J., and Liptak, R. (2020). TCRP Synthesis 144: Multimodal Fare Payment Integration. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C. Mesoraca, J., and Brakewood, C. (2018). A Synthesis of Mobile Ticketing Applications Used by Commuter Railroads in the United States. Journal of Public Transportation, 21, pp. 86–100.

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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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