The United States of America
Kansas City is the second largest city of the Missouri State in the United States of America. A more modern and innovative approach to public transportation services has become a necessity in the city which increasingly welcomes tourism with its well-known art galleries, historical museums and parks.
We introduced the inhabitants of Kansas City to Kentkart Technologies with Mobile Ticketing Application. Passengers are able to buy tickets, plan their journey easily, see information for the nearest stop and vehicle to their destination, and add bus, route and place information to their “favorites” with Kentkart Mobile Application just by using their smart phones. Having a user-friendly interface, the application enables tourists to discover the beauties of the Kansas City with a special “Points to See” feature furnished for those who are not familiar with the city.
kentkart, operating successfully in the Intelligent Transportation Systems sector since 17 years, now includes Baku-Azerbaijan among its international projects. Baku is the largest city of the Caucasus with a population of approximately 3.5 million, and it is also a cultural center. The ITS systems of kentkart have already distinguished the city in reference to transportation projects. kentkart Automated Fare Collection, On-board Passenger Information and Video Surveillance Systems are being used in the whole Metro System and on more than 300 buses of Baku Bus, the transportation authority of the city
Doha, the capital of Qatar having a population of around 990,000 is located on the coast of the Persian Gulf. kentkart implemented Automated Fare Collection with contactless smart cards and Vehicle Management systems on Doha public transport buses in August 2009. Distance based tariff (Check-in / Check-out; CICO) is applied in the city. In addition, kentkart presents public transportation journey plans to the Doha Public Transport Management in the form of GTFS (General Transit Feed Specification) supported by Google. Our internet recharge application enables passengers in Doha to top up their smart cards online from our web page and continue using them for payment on public transportation vehicles. In 2018, Doha has also been introduced with QR Code Technology by kentkart .
Miskolc city is the fourth largest city in Hungary with the population of 200.000 inhabitants. Also Miskolc known as the centre of heavy industrial sector in Hungary.
kentkart provided “Passenger Information and Automatic Vehicle Management System” for Miskolc public transportation to make public transportation more comfortable and more easier to support city’s inhabitants. The system has been working very successfuly so the passengers are very happy to have these kind of technological and intelligent transportation system.
kentkart has introduced Contactless Smart Card Automatic Fare Collection and Vehicle tracking System initially at a private bus company in Skopje
Lutsk, which has become a member of Kentkart global activity network, is an important historical city of Ukraine with a population of more than 200.000.
Lutsk Public Transportation System is improved by Kentkart. Starting from November 2019, “Account Based Ticketing; Automated Fare Collection with contactless smart cards, Automated Vehicle Management, Smart Stop Passenger Information, On-Board Video Surveillance Systems and Mobile Application” have been put into use.
The project utilizing QR Validators, the latest state-of-the-art technology of Kentkart, covers 269 vehicles. Residents of the city and tourists will easily be able to journey on public transportation either with their smart cards or with their mobile tickets.
The city Lahore has almost 10 million population and it is the second largest city in Pakistan. Lahore city known as the culture centre in Pakistan.
Metro buses are the main public transport vehicles in Lahore and it is the first BRT (bus rapid transit) System in Lahore,Punjab,Pakistan. As kentkart with the high technological solutions, softwares and hardwares we help Lahore residents by providing safer and easier public transport. We have been supporting Lahore public transport with our systems of Automated Fare Collection, Vehicle Management and Smart Stop since February 2013.
Tczew is a town on the Vistula River in Eastern Pomerania, northern Poland with 120,000 inhabitants. kentkart has implemented a Contactless Smart Card Automatic Fare Collection and Vehicle Tracking System for Tczew municipality public transport buses. The fare tariff will be distance based payment, check-in check-out system. The project started by the beginning of March 2009.
In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the largest country of the Arabian Peninsula having a population of 32 million, Kentkart state-of-the-art technologies have been favoured for public transportation services started for the first time in the City of Medina. In addition to Automated Fare Collection and Vehicle Tracking systems being installed and delivered in a short period like one month, our specially tailored Mobile Application has also been put into the service of the people of Medina.
Following the inauguration ceremony that created a tremendous impact, our Intelligent Transportation Solutions have been very much favoured and appreciated by Prince Faisal Bin Salman, and Kentkart was given the Riyadh and Jeddah projects directly by the Prince himself.
As Kentkart, again in a short period of time like one month, we have activated Automated Fare Collection and Vehicle Tracking systems as well as our Mobile Application which uses QR technology in the cities of Riyadh and Jeddah; thus proving once more that we deserve the trust and appreciation shown to us.
Belgrade is the capital and largest city of Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans. Belgrade has a population of 1,5 million within the city centre and 1,7 million in the entire contiguous urban area.
kentkart has installed Automated Fare Collection and Automatic Vehicle Management Systems for a smooth Public Transportation in Belgrade, thanks to its new sofware and hardware with latest technology. The system was started to function on 1st February, 2012. The Public Transport specialists foresee that this system will be one of the best pratices in Europe.
Kragujevac, the fourth largest city of Serbia has also been included among kentkart international reference points.
In order to enable the inhabitants of the city use public transportation comfortably and easily, kentkart provided the “Automated Fare Collection and Automated Vehicle Management” systems for Kragujevac in 2019. The cards used on public transport vehicles will also be valid for entries to museums, galleries and public pools in the near future.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sarajevo which has taken its place among Kentkart international references is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegoniva. With a population of more than 500.000, it is known as one of the popular tourism centres of Southeast Europe.
The public transportation system of Sarajevo is reformed and developed by Kentkart. “Automatic Fare Collection with Contactless Smart Cards; Account Based Ticketing, Automatic Vehicle Tracking, and Mobile Application” are the system features that have started to operate in the city since October 2019.
The Project covering 80 vehicles works with QR validators, the latest state-of-the-art product of Kentkart. City dwellers and tourists may make their journey on public transport whether using their smart cards or mobile tickets. Moreover, they can easily actualize their journey through hardware for On-Board Ticketing application installed on each vehicle.
Amman has a population 1.125.000 populations and is the capital city of Jordan. kentkart has implemented Contactless Smartcard Automatic Fare Collection and Vehicle Tracking System to a Private Public Share Holder Company 550 buses. System has been launched with participation of Greater Amman Municipality, the Public Transport Regularity Commission, Ministry of Transport, Turkish Ambassador, on the 19th of October 2008.
Kentkart started its second project in Amman, the capital of Jordan with an Automatic Fare Collection System that covers 135 vehicles. The system components include Real Time Passenger Information and Mobile Applications. The system will provide significant facilities for dwellers of the city and tourists due to transportation by smart cards as well as mobile payment and EMV ticketing through QR Validator. In addition, public transportation vehicles will serve as free Wi-Fi points for passengers.