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Mobile Ticketing Arrives in Atlanta

Public transit users in Atlanta are set to enjoy the benefits and added convenience of smartphone ticketing after the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) awarded Kapsch TrafficCom a contract to roll out its new mobile ticketing system.

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Kapsch TrafficCom is an internationally renowned provider of intelligent transportation systems thanks to the many projects it has brought to successful fruition in more than 50 countries around the globe. The family-owned company is...Show More Summary

Kapsch Receives $8 Million Contract to Provide Louisiana’s TMCs with Management and Staffing Services

Kapsch announced that Louisiana’s Department of Transportation and Development has selected Kapsch TrafficCom to provide management and staffing services for the state’s Traffic Management Centers. “DOTD currently operates five TMCsShow More Summary

Kapsch Is Chosen to Supply 6C Tags to the E-470 Highway Authority through 2021

Kapsch TrafficCom announced that it was selected by the E-470 Public Highway Authority to supply 18000 ISO 6C toll tags for use by E-470’s ExpressToll account holders. “These Kapsch tags will accommodate the existing All-Electronic Toll...Show More Summary

Kapsch Selected as Vendor of 18000 ISO 6C Tags for the E-470 Highway

Kapsch TrafficCom (Kapsch) is pleased to announce that it has been selected by the E-470 Public Highway Authority (E-470) to supply 6C toll tags for use by its ExpressToll account holders. These Kapsch tags will accommodate the existing All-Electroni…

MARTA Mobile Ticketing Contract Awarded

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority awarded Kapsch TrafficCom a contract to design, develop, implement, support and maintain a turnkey regional mobile ticketing system.

MARTA selects Kapsch TrafficCom to provide mobile ticketing system

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) of the US has awarded a deal to Kapsch TrafficCom to design, develop, implement and maintain a turnkey regional mobile ticketing system (MTS).

Kapsch Awarded Rhode Island Truck Toll Contract

The Providence Journal reports, “As they fought back against Republican-led attacks to Rhode Island’s planned truck-toll network, state transportation officials Wednesday [May 24] said they have chosen [Kapsch TrafficCom] to design,Show More Summary

Kapsch Gets $8.8 Million PANYNJ Contract to Provide Agency-Wide Transportation Management Software

Kapsch TrafficCom announced this morning that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has awarded it a four-year, $8.8 million contract to design, build and support an Agency-Wide Transportation Management Software (ATMS) system. Show More Summary

Kapsch Names Jeffrey Adler as VP of ITS and Solution Consulting Practice

Kapsch TrafficCom North America announced the appointment of Jeffrey Adler, PhD, PE, to the position of Vice President of ITS and Solution Consulting practice. “Jeff will be responsible for leading Kapsch’s growing Consulting practice for federal, state, and local agencies across North America. Show More Summary

Kapsch Acquires Major Stake in Fluidtime

Kapsch TrafficCom announces that it has acquired a 75 percent stake in Fluidtime Data Services GmbH, a supplier of IT systems for integrated mobility solutions. “With the acquisition of Fluidtime, Kapsch strengthens its position to act...Show More Summary

I-77 Mobility Partners Chooses Kapsch as Its Toll System Provider

Kapsch TrafficCom announced that I-77 Mobility Partners awarded it a contract to be the toll system provider and system integrator for the I-77 Express Lanes project in North Carolina. Kapsch will design, deploy and maintain “all tolling...Show More Summary

Kapsch Selected to Modernize and Operate Austrian Toll Collection System

Kapsch TrafficCom announced that ASFINAG, Austria’s highway and expressway operator, has awarded the company a contract to “implement and operate the ‘GO Maut 2.0 – Mauttechnik’ toll collection system,” a national toll collection system for vehicles over 3.5 metric tons. Show More Summary

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