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大眾運輸及高速公路通行費徵收:美國預付(儲值卡)的新的成長線路

Transit and Tolls: New Tracks for Growth in Prepaid in the U.S.

出版商 Mercator Advisory Group, Inc. 商品編碼 309838
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 20 Pages
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大眾運輸及高速公路通行費徵收:美國預付(儲值卡)的新的成長線路 Transit and Tolls: New Tracks for Growth in Prepaid in the U.S.
出版日期: 2014年08月07日 內容資訊: 英文 20 Pages
簡介

本報告提供美國的大眾運輸及高速公路通行費徵收中,預付是不是如何調換著現金分析著的相關調查,價值鏈整體預付供應商的機會與課題。

本報告書的焦點

  • 美國的大眾運輸·高速公路通行費徵收市場規模的估計
  • 巴士、輕軌,及通勤鐵路網中,封閉迴路型儲值卡儲值的大眾交通工具預付費用收益估計
  • 對低所得·非銀行使用者來說,在這個預討型態的無障礙(可存取性)相關疑慮下,行動票券及費用支付預測
  • 根據Mercator Advisory Group的資料,儘管美國整體汽車行車英里數成長停滯,2010年後道路設備的通行費收益仍舊增加
  • 預測道路通行費自動徵收系統(ETC)及預付通行費徵收將廣泛引進,將超越通行費收益的成長,由預付帳號的通行費所佔比例將比前一年更高
  • 可大幅增加通行費徵收,為達成高速公路通行費徵收系統互通的方法,以及透過智慧型手機單一行動應用轉發用協定資訊,來抓住市場機會的企業實例
  • 預付供應商的市場機會
目錄

‘Transit and Tolls: New Tracks for Growth in Prepaid in the U.S.’ examines how prepaid payments are displacing cash in both mass transit and highway tolling. The two sectors offer market opportunities for prepaid providers across the value chain, but challenges remain.

The Transit and Tolls segment of the prepaid market encompasses a variety of form factors, including closed-loop magnetic-stripe cards, open- and closed-loop contactless cards, transponders, and increasingly mobile apps. All hold promise for reducing the role of cash and cash handling in major transportation systems.

“Despite the challenges of legacy systems and government contracts, transit and tolling offer opportunities for companies all along the prepaid value chain from issuers to processors to distributors,” said Ben Jackson, Director of Mercator Advisory Group's Prepaid Advisory Service and coauthor of the report. “As transportation payment systems adopt new technologies, prepaid will be an important source of funds for commuters of all types.”

Highlights of the report include:

  • Mercator Research Group's estimates of market size in the United States for both mass transit and highway tolls
  • Estimates of prepaid transit fare revenue in terms of amount loaded on closed-loop cards on buses, light rail, and commuter systems
  • The prospects for mobile ticketing and fare payment in light of concerns about accessibility to this payment mode for less affluent and underbanked system users
  • Mercator Advisory Group's data showing increasing revenues from toll road facilities for every year since 2010 despite stagnant growth in the overall vehicle miles traveled in the United States (according to the Federal Highway Administration)
  • Prospects for widespread adoption of electronic toll collection and prepaid tolls, whose growth outstrips that of toll revenue, leading to a higher percentage of tolls from prepaid accounts than in previous years
  • Ways for states to achieve interoperability of highway toll systems, which could boost prepaid toll collection significantly, and the example of a company that is seizing a market opportunity by aggregating protocol information for transponders through a single mobile application on smartphones
  • Market opportunities for prepaid providers

One of the exhibits included in this report:

                         Source: Mercator Advisory Group, state annual reports, state websites, E-ZPass Group.

This report is 20 pages long and contains 7 exhibits.

Organizations mentioned in this report include: Chicago Transit Authority, Cubic Transportation Systems Inc., E-Z Pass, FasTrak, GeoToll, Masabi, Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, Minnesota MNPASS, Ring Theory, SunPass, TxTag, TollTag, Utah Express Lane.
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