A consortium led by
Indra will equip the Kuala Lumpur monorail with a full-service ticketing system which includes access control systems and automated and manual ticket sales devices, among other equipment. The new technology will be integrated with the one the company is implementing on the other two railway lines of the city.
The new solution will be fitted out with contactless technology. The train tickets issued will be multiple-trip smart cards for regular users, and tokens, widely used in Asia for one-way trips. Both formats are claimed to speed up the entire transit process as the tickets are validated via radio frequency using contactless access control systems.