Buscor, a South Africa-based bus operator, is partnering with Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) to roll out a new contactless ticketing system in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa, according to Engineering News.
ACS will install its Atlas contactless ticketing system on roughly 400 buses across the province, which services about 160,000 passengers daily, says EN.
Under the new system, passengers pay for rides with the wave of a contactless fare card, which in turn relays real-time transaction information to Buscor.
ACS will also install South Africa’s first touch-screen driver consoles in Buscor’s buses, according to EN.
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