Victorian bus provider Ventura has launched a new Demand Responsive Transport service and corresponding urban mobility app available to residents in the outer Melbourne subsurbs of Rowville and Ferntree Gully.
Users of Android smartphones in Victoria will have an advantage over their iPhone compatriots due to the fact that the recently provided functionality to use a myki on a smartphone is limited to Google's mobile operating system.
The Malaysian Government’s public transport regulator has awarded a $27 million contract to Melbourne-based global smart booking, ticketing and payment solutions company Vix Technology.
Victoria’s Auditor-General has issued a scathing report on the state’s trouble-plagued myki public transport ticketing system ahead of the re-tender of the contract for operating the system.
During the last two decades or so, successive Victorian Governments have been keen on ICT industry strategy, but the Baillieu Government has now revealed how it plans to improve its own use of technology.
Another problem has come to light concerning Melbourne's much-criticised Myki public transport fares system, with credit card information being exposed.
1.1 million Myki cards will be replaced in response to the announcement that they can be cloned.
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