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by:Cailong     2019-07-18
‘growing pains’ for new fare boxes on buses‘growing pains’ for new fare boxes on buses‘growing pains’ for new fare boxes on buses  -  heat transfer printing film
Waterloo area
As the service transits from the old payment system to the new payment system, Grand River Transit is experiencing "growing pains" of some new electronic ticket boxes ".
"It should be a faster system in the long run," said Peter Zinck, assistant director of transit services for the Waterloo area.
"Fare trading will be more accurate and fast.
"But, for now, it makes things a bit slow.
"Transfer printing time is slower than what we like," Zinck said . ".
Grand River Transit is trying to speed up from the current 7 seconds.
During this period, the driver can distribute the old-
The style will change if there are several passengers waiting to board.
Grand River Transit heard from people that the system is slow, but this is not the reason for the bus being late or missing the connection.
Waiting for a few seconds of transfer printing seems to be more tedious than the driver tearing off a note and handing it over.
"There's a setback there," Zinck said . ".
"I'm not sure if this will have a broad impact on our system.
"In addition to the bus scheduled to retire, electronic ticket boxes are installed on all buses, and the tap card is currently being tested by the staff.
Soon, the test will be extended to small groups and students at the University of Wilfried Laurier to pass.
The cards are expected to be open to the public early next year.
"The tap will be much faster," Zinck said . ".
At present, more than passengers have passes, and once the cards are widely used, the number of people who pay for the fare in cash will be reduced.
Jweidner @ therecord.
Com, Weibo: @ weidnerrecorateroo area
As the service transits from the old payment system to the new payment system, Grand River Transit is experiencing "growing pains" of some new electronic ticket boxes ".
"It should be a faster system in the long run," said Peter Zinck, assistant director of transit services for the Waterloo area.
"Fare trading will be more accurate and fast.
"But, for now, it makes things a bit slow.
"Transfer printing time is slower than what we like," Zinck said . ".
Grand River Transit is trying to speed up from the current 7 seconds.
During this period, the driver can distribute the old-
The style will change if there are several passengers waiting to board.
Grand River Transit heard from people that the system is slow, but this is not the reason for the bus being late or missing the connection.
Waiting for a few seconds of transfer printing seems to be more tedious than the driver tearing off a note and handing it over.
"There's a setback there," Zinck said . ".
"I'm not sure if this will have a broad impact on our system.
"In addition to the bus scheduled to retire, electronic ticket boxes are installed on all buses, and the tap card is currently being tested by the staff.
Soon, the test will be extended to small groups and students at the University of Wilfried Laurier to pass.
The cards are expected to be open to the public early next year.
"The tap will be much faster," Zinck said . ".
At present, more than passengers have passes, and once the cards are widely used, the number of people who pay for the fare in cash will be reduced.
Jweidner @ therecord.
Com, Weibo: @ weidnerrecorateroo area
As the service transits from the old payment system to the new payment system, Grand River Transit is experiencing "growing pains" of some new electronic ticket boxes ".
"It should be a faster system in the long run," said Peter Zinck, assistant director of transit services for the Waterloo area.
"Fare trading will be more accurate and fast.
"But, for now, it makes things a bit slow.
"Transfer printing time is slower than what we like," Zinck said . ".
Grand River Transit is trying to speed up from the current 7 seconds.
During this period, the driver can distribute the old-
The style will change if there are several passengers waiting to board.
Grand River Transit heard from people that the system is slow, but this is not the reason for the bus being late or missing the connection.
Waiting for a few seconds of transfer printing seems to be more tedious than the driver tearing off a note and handing it over.
"There's a setback there," Zinck said . ".
"I'm not sure if this will have a broad impact on our system.
"In addition to the bus scheduled to retire, electronic ticket boxes are installed on all buses, and the tap card is currently being tested by the staff.
Soon, the test will be extended to small groups and students at the University of Wilfried Laurier to pass.
The cards are expected to be open to the public early next year.
"The tap will be much faster," Zinck said . ".
At present, more than passengers have passes, and once the cards are widely used, the number of people who pay for the fare in cash will be reduced.
Jweidner @ therecord.
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