Delhi Transport Dept begins Ph-2 trial of contactless e-ticketing app in cluster buses, Auto Information, Automobilnews
New Delhi: The Transport Division of the Delhi authorities has began second part trial of contactless e-ticketing app in its cluster buses. Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot stated on Monday a complete of two,000 tickets together with 1,500 pink ones had been transacted by way of the app on the primary day of the second part trial. Transport Division officers stated the scope of the trial has been widened by protecting extra buses.
“The second part trial will go on for every week and 300 cluster buses shall be coated in it. Within the first part trial in August, buses of just one route had been coated,” they stated.
The primary part trial of the contactless e-ticketing app was carried out amid the COVID-19 pandemic to forestall the unfold of the an infection among the many commuters. The officers stated the second part trial of the app will cowl 14 routes, and the shortcomings seen in the course of the first part shall be rectified in it.
Majority of app customers within the first part trial had discovered the app straightforward to obtain whereas 43 per cent had claimed problem in downloading it. Scanning of Fast Response (QR) code within the buses, non-issuance of ticket regardless of cost, and connectivity-related points may even be firmed up in the course of the trial, the officers stated.
The cellular e-ticketing app has been developed with the technical assist of IIIT-Delhi for the project-Chatr.
The commuters can obtain the app from the Google Play Retailer or ship a message – Hello- on WhatsApp quantity 9910096264 to get the app URL, the officers stated.
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