|KALYSIS has served 1.5 million transportation cards to the Grand National Transportation Terminal of Panama.|
With a number of transport tickets higher than 50% of all transport cards in Andalusia, KALYSIS created the IT and Electronic Management systems to control access to the National Transport Terminal of Panama.
It is the management project with cards for a national transport terminal carried out in the shortest period of time: three months from the signing of the contract
In operation for more than four years without a single day of interruption and without a single case of fraud, the Rapi Pass proximity card carries out transactions of up to 300,000 users / day.
The active cards of the nine metropolitan transport consortiums in Andalusia grew by almost 14% in 2013. Last year closed with 1.02 million operational titles, compared to the 880,522 in use in 2012.
La Junta makes an extra contribution of 1.5 million to the Seville Metropolitan Transport Consortium (12/29)
SEVILLA, 26 (EUROPA PRESS)
The nine metropolitan transport consortia of Andalusia, constituted in the eight metropolitan areas in addition to Campo de Gibraltar, closed 2013 with a total of 1.02 million operational travel cards, which implies an increase of 13.8 percent compared to 2012, when a total of 880,522 titles remained active. This mode of payment allows users to benefit from the fare integration that operates in the collective public transport network, which translates into "significant discounts for the user."
As reported by the Ministry of Development and Housing of the Junta de Andalucía in a statement, the metropolitan area with the highest number of cards in operation during 2013 was Seville, with a total of 477,240 units, which implies a growth of 12, 3 percent ; followed by the urban agglomeration of Malaga, with a total of 176,389 titles and an increase of 14.1 percent; and Granada, which recorded 173,439 and an increase of 9.5 percent.
After these, the metropolitan crown of the Bay of Cádiz was placed, where this method of payment brought together a total of 89,338 cards and concentrated a positive advance of 14.2 percent; the agglomeration of Almería, with a total of 33,954 and an increase of 25 percent; that of Jaén, with 26,344 and a positive performance of 15.4 percent; and that of Campo de Gibraltar, with a total of 18,568 titles and an increase of 16.8 percent.
Finally, the urban agglomeration of Huelva registered a total of 15,677 cards in 2013; and that of Córdoba, there was an advance of 25.3 percent, which translated into a total of 11,299 titles. The incorporation of these areas into the tariff integration has taken place progressively since 2004, the year in which the single card was put into operation in the areas of Granada and Bahía de Cádiz. The last to join was the metropolitan area of Huelva, in October 2012, so "it would not be possible to establish a comparison of growth between the two years," La Junta has indicated.
In this way, he stressed that the single card has "direct" savings for the traveler, who is given the possibility of using it both in urban and interurban buses, as well as in the maritime service of the Bay of Cádiz and in the Seville metro, "with discounts of around 30 percent on the price of a single ticket, and a significant saving of approximately 40 percent on transfers".
Likewise, the user can use it as a means of payment in the Renfe Cercanías services and allows them to access the free public bicycle loan services in the Seville, Bahía de Cádiz, Almería and Campo de Gibraltar consortiums to complete their journey after interurban travel.
The Ministry has indicated that the card can be obtained at any of the 1,917 points of the sales and recharge network, distributed by all the municipalities of the nine metropolitan areas. To do this, users have to pay 1.50 euros as a deposit, which will be returned if they stop using the card. The card balance never expires and recharges may be from a minimum of five euros up to a maximum balance of 500 euros. Until October 2013, users of the consortiums carried out "a total of 2.19 million operations in the sales network."
In this sense, the Andalusian Government has explained that "once the traveler has the card, he will only have to bring it to the reader located in the means of transport that he is going to use and the amount of the trip will automatically be deducted from his card. " With this system you can make transfers, within the established time, and use it so that a maximum of ten people travel together on the same route, "as long as no more than three minutes pass between the first and the last cancellation".
The Malaga Consortium closes 2013 with 176,389 operational travel cards
RL MÁLAGA | UPDATED 01/27/2014 - 01:00
The Malaga Metropolitan Consortium closed last year with 176,389 operational travel cards, which represented an increase of 14.2% compared to the financial year of 2012. The Malaga entity, however, is far behind behind in number of titles that of Seville, which has 477,240 units, with a 12.3% increase. Both are the fastest growing in Andalusia, a region in which there are eight consortiums, totaling 1.02 million operational cards, 13.8% more. This mode of payment allows users to benefit from the fare integration that operates in the collective public transport network, which translates into "significant discounts for the user."
Those responsible for the Ministry of Development and Housing highlighted that the single card has "direct" savings for the traveler, who is given the possibility of using it both in urban and interurban buses, as well as in the maritime service of the Bahía de Cádiz and in the Seville Metro, "with discounts of around 30% on the price of a single ticket, and a significant saving of approximately 40% on transfers".
Likewise, the user can use it as a means of payment in the Renfe Cercanías services and allows them to access the free public bicycle loan services in the Seville, Bahía de Cádiz, Almería and Campo de Gibraltar consortiums, although this service It will also be operational soon in Malaga.
Related: KALYSIS: Jornada Técnica sobre Panamá, Cámara de Comercio de Jaén.