Canadian and Americain Transit companies are now opting for a simpler farebox for collecting cash on buses. More specificly, the Classic cartridge farebox.
The vast majority of payments are now made by electronic ticket or contactless payment via a chip or bank card, Transit now prefers to have a simpler farebox for payments made in cash. This therefore eliminates a driver's screen, in addition to saving space on the floor. (ergonomic farebox)
Simplify, save money
Better distribution of expenses for the fare collection
And why not save money? The supply costs of a Classic farebox are 4 to 5 times cheaper than an old large electronic farebox. In addition, the maintenance costs are very low. The savings made can therefore be reinvested elsewhere. As, for example, in modern contactless payment devices.
Farebox + contactless payement devices
The idea behind this combined solution is to separate the technological part from the mechanical part. So you no longer depend on the proper mechanical functioning of the farebox to collect contactless payments. So any mechanical failure disabling all the farebox functions is thus avoided.
No more abusive maintenance plan or fees on your farebox.
Very simple to install. DIY
Low cost compared to a traditional e-farebox (ask for a quote)
Ideal to complete any AFC. Partnership or not.
Very fast delivery times.
Does not take too much space at the front of the vehicle.
Security. No human handling of money
Proven product: over 3000 in operation across Canada
Customized options available
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