Enhancing rural public transport accessibility through implementing a smart scan-on m-ticketing solution: a United Kingdom case study approach within deregulated environments

Scott Copsey, Richard Southern, Liam Fassam, Simon Denny, John Sykes, Jamie Cecil, Sue Walsh, Stephen Joseph

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The aim of this paper is to demonstrate how two United Kingdom (UK) Local Authorities (Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire), the two Universities of Hertfordshire and Northampton and a public transport provider (UNO) have worked in partnership to develop a smart scan-on m-ticketing solution, which integrates into a wider ‘smart city’ solution delivering social good through connected value propositions. Based on the initial success of a Hertfordshire pilot, a specific objective of this work is to establish smart integrated multi-operator/modal solutions. This pilot is subsequently being collaboratively expanded upon, through the UK Department for Transport funded ‘Network Northamptonshire Total Transport’ initiative, a transformative project to improve connectivity, integration and accessibility for rural transport networks. This forms part of the recently signed ‘England’s Economic Heartland’ tri-county alliance agreement, which aims to work collaboratively across three local authority regions (Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire), consolidating £3bn of spending. This provides a further future platform for innovative transport solutions being rolled out across wider geographical areas.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 5 Oct 2016
EventEuropean Transport Conference (ETC) 2016 - Barcelona
Duration: 5 Oct 2016 → …
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ConferenceEuropean Transport Conference (ETC) 2016
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    Copsey, S., Southern, R., Fassam, L., Denny, S., Sykes, J., Cecil, J., Walsh, S., & Joseph, S. (2016). Enhancing rural public transport accessibility through implementing a smart scan-on m-ticketing solution: a United Kingdom case study approach within deregulated environments. Paper presented at European Transport Conference (ETC) 2016, .