powering intelligent mobility
We build award-winning transit apps and amazing smart ticketing platforms
Smart Ticketing Platforms
A smart ticketing platform to delight passengers
Discover Ticketless and unlock the benefits of account-based travel
Our m-Ticketing solution is the modern passenger, journey and payment solution for modern travel operators.
Increase ridership with smarter ticketing, a bespoke RTI app and a branded passenger portal. New on-board ‘Hex Tags’ enable QR, NFC and Bluetooth check-in for 95% less capital expenditure than current ticketing solutions.
The cloud-based back office system handles fares and capping, CRM, revenue protection, customer insights and more.
Get in touch to discover how you can save money and increase ridership.
Beautiful mobile apps to empower travellers
Millions of travellers use our transit apps to get from A to B
We offer white-label and bespoke products that are tailored to reflect your brand.
Contact us to find out how you can deliver first class transport apps to your passengers.
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Latest from UrbanThings
Telling passengers “the bus is full” is only half the solution
May 29, 2020 • Carl Partridge
Passengers don’t need to know the occupancy of a train or bus when it’s arriving at their stop. They need to know the occupancy when it’s leaving.
E-bikes and E-scooters will pave the way for multimodal journeys post-lockdown
May 28, 2020 • Chloe Johns
As the World begins to open up post-COVID 19, cities and councils are looking at how to get people back to work safely. E-bikes, E-scooters and other forms of active travel will play a huge role.
UrbanThings wins Innovate UK Grant
May 21, 2020
UrbanThings is excited to announce that we’ve been awarded a grant from Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency, to develop the technology needed to ensure safer travel on public transport following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Make public transport safer by offering digital queuing and ticketing
May 18, 2020 • Carl Partridge
How do we deal with the threat of ‘queue-mageddon’ on public transport? There is a solution that can reduce queues and make daily commutes safer while still supporting social distancing.