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06 February 2019

RTD joins forces with Uber for trip planning in Denver

First publishedon www.ITSInternational.com
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) in Denver, Colorado, has entered into an agreement which will allow its riders to view transit routes within Uber’s app.


RTD says the collaboration will allow commuters to plan their travel with additional first/last mile options.

Riders can select the app’s ‘Transit’ option to see available routes, real-time schedules and walking directions to and from stations.

Looking ahead, the partnership intends to allow riders to purchase RTD tickets via the app, powered by Masabi’s Justride mobile ticketing software development kit (SDK).

Masabi launched its RTD Mobile Tickets app in 2017. The Justride SDK allows urban mobility providers to integrate mobile ticketing into apps.

Last November, Masabi added contactless ticketing capabilities to its Justride platform to allow commuters in Bilbao, Spain, to pay for fares via bank card.

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