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A Recap of the
10th TRANSPORT REVENUE & DATA MANAGEMENT FORUM

The 10th Transport Revenue & Data Management Forum, organised by APSCA, hosted by the Land Transport Authority of Singapore (LTA), was held on 23-24 May 2017, Singapore.

Under the theme Reimagining Transport Payments, Ticketing & Fare Collection, the forum has provided unique opportunities for experts to discuss:

  • Today's latest developments in transport revenue collection
  • The expected roadmap for next-generation electronic fare management systems
More than half of the delegates are from 34 public transport operators, transit ticketing schemes or
government authorities from 17 markets in
Asia Pacific, South Asia and Europe.

Distribution of attendees at 10th Transport Revenue & Data Management Forum
23-24 May 2017, Singapore

Photos from the Conference



"The main theme of the Forum was ABT which is attracting attention in many cities in Asia and well covered especially on the proposed standards."
Silvester Prakasam, Director, Fare System Department, LTA

"Speakers shared their technical know-how and field experience from various angles which are relevant to the group that I represent i.e. policy maker and project owner. This is my first time actually attending APSCA forum and I wish I could have join this forum much earlier."
Zakaria Md Tap, Deputy General Manager, Head, Transit Acquirer Division, SPAD

"It is essential that policy makers have a good understanding of the benefits, costs, and challenges involved in different fare payment schemes and this forum is an effective means for conveying those concepts and empowering transport authorities and operators to make the best decision for their system."
Eric Turner, Transport Analyst, Transport & ICT Global Practice, The World Bank

"By participating in the Transport Revenue & Data Management Forum…Suica learned of significant opportunities for further development particularly through the introduction of smartphones and financial payment cards in transport payments. "
Yuji Takaoka, East Japan Railway Company



PHOTOS FROM THE FORUM: Check out photo highlights HERE


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