AUTOMATIC FARE COLLECTION: State of the Industry As technology continues to rapidly change, more agencies are moving away from physically issuing tickets to using mobile phones and contactless bank cards, allowing riders to simply tap and ride to travel. For years, MJM Innovations has been addressing the growing need for AFC (automated fare collection) for…
The Transportation Association of Maryland recently featured MJM Innovations in their Specialized Transportation News Magazine.
East Baton Rouge Council on Aging Welcomes MJM’s Flagship Senior Software.
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TNC’s are currently only focusing on their economic advantage and not addressing the opportunity of the growing specialized transportation market.
The disruption has evoked a multitude of “expert opinions” and significant operational realities of competing for market share and various services
In an effort to provide more accessible, flexible and cost-efficient residential transit services, a pilot program “Ride On-Demand” with Lyft was launched.
By improving senior’s total connection with the centers, their resources, activities, other seniors and the community in a safe secure environment, not only serves them but provides their centers and agency staff tangible oversight as well.
MTA places its continued trust in outsourced technology and management.
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