Farebox


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Farebox

 

a special device for collection of fares in urbantransportation that makes it unnecessary to have a conductormake the collection.

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Operations started in fiscal 2018, and Fitch expects farebox revenues to make up an increasing proportion of revenues as ridership matures and as the line is expanded.
Cubic's driver control unit (DCU) and contactless smart card reader, designed for flexible configuration, integration and interoperability with third-party equipment, will be integrated into the fareboxes manufactured by Genfare.
In this study, we develop a hierarchical Bayesian model to estimate bus trip-level OD flow matrices and a period-level OD flow matrix based on farebox and Wi-Fi signal data.
In transit systems which rely heavily for operating revenues on farebox recovery, management relies on front line workers collecting the fare.
- Present JCB Card to the driver and drop a free ride coupon in the farebox when getting off the tram (normal fare HKD 2.30).
While federal and state grants would pay the $86 million construction cost of the west Eugene EmX extension, LTD must rely on its own payroll tax and farebox revenues to pay for drivers, fuel and other continuing expenses.
Using the right ingredients, patience, and imagination--whether you have a fleet or just one vehicle--a long-term care community can create a program that puts some additional "change in the farebox." *
The huge cost of the central tube, and associated works (including electrification) on the surface lines, cannot conceivably be met from farebox revenues or by contributions from private interests whose property developments would gain value.
However, self-sufficiency also encompasses revenue not generated as a result of the farebox. Specifically, self-sufficiency assesses the public's willingness to pay for a particular operator's provided service both directly in terms of fares paid and indirectly in terms of non-mandated (voluntary) local governmental contributions (Keck and Schneider 1979).
``We find ourselves at a crossroads with increasing pressure likely on the farebox, and a timetable and network that is in danger of stifling any opportunity to make rail travel more attractive and encourage more people to travel by rail.
"The good news is that passengers are flocking back to the railways and pouring money into the farebox. But the industry is struggling to deliver the basic contract between passengers and train companies - the timetable.
Cameras are trained on all entry, exit, and farebox areas.