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EXCITING: Greater Jakarta receives Thales' ABT and MaaS

EXCITING: Greater Jakarta receives Thales' ABT and MaaS
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13 / 10 / 2022

Thales and the partners from the Jatelindo consortium have successfully delivered the Account-Based Ticketing (ABT) and Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) solution for the Greater Jakarta megapolitan area. The consortium supports Jakarta’s transportation master plan to increase the share of public transportation use of all movements to 60% and expand its coverage area of all roads to 80% in Greater Jakarta by 2029. With the support of the Jakarta province government, the integrated fare for multi-mode for public transport operators of Jakarta was launched on 8th August 2022, following the inauguration by the Governor, hosted by PT Jakarta Lingko Indonesia on 7th October 2022.

The project is part of the Indonesian central government's commitment to digitalize the public transport system in its respective provinces or cities. Jakarta’s transportation master plan aims to increase the share of public transportation use of all movements to 60% and to expand its coverage area of all roads to 80% in Greater Jakarta by 2029.

To support this plan, the Jatelindo consortium through PT Jakarta Lingko Indonesia has started the implementation of the Account-Based Ticketing (ABT) and Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) solution in the Jabodetabek area (Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, South Tangerang, and Bekasi), also known as the Greater Jakarta megapolitan area. ​

With Thales ABT solution, the passenger profiles can be managed at the centralized back-office. This will help the government to implement more attractive fare policies and subsidies for public transport fares in the future.

Thales ABT solution is able to manage various interfaces with external systems (i.e., e-money settlement system “Fello” by Jatelindo, MaaS platform by “Lyko”, a mobile app by Aino). It demonstrates that Thales’ product is mature and well-defined with open and standard interfaces.

The Thales TRANSCITY™ platform forms the backbone of the system with Thales working closely within the consortium to deliver the project in several phases, including an eight-year Operation and Maintenance contract. In the first phase of the project, Thales provided a new QR code ticketing system for fare collection, interfacing with the MaaS solution and a mobile application. This system included enhanced mobility features leading to an “end-to-end ticketing solution” in the final phase. Here, it has the capability to handle five million transactions daily, where the consortium will migrate the existing card-centric architecture to a full Account Based Ticketing (ABT) one.

“We are excited about the prospects in Indonesia for ticketing and we are proud to contribute to the digitalization of transportation (“digitalisasi transportasi”) for the country. The new ticketing platform developed by Thales is expected to allow a minimum of two million trips per day and the integrated technology will drive ridership and boost comfortable journeys in the world’s third largest metropolis of over 31 million people,” says Olivier Rabourdin, Country Director, Thales in Indonesia.

“As a member of the Jatelindo consortium delivering the latest generation of our TRANSCITY™ UP digital platform, we are proud to contribute to the success of JakLingko Indonesia, and the progress of the greater Jakarta operators MRT, LRT, TransJakarta, KCI, and Railink toward a more inclusive, efficient and integrated mobility system,” comments Jean-Marc Reynaud, Vice-President, Revenue Collection Systems, Thales.

 

Source: Thales Group Press Releases

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