Statutes

The statutes of the STA were approved by the Board of the organisation on the 18th of March 2015 and submitted to a Notary as part of the organisations application to be incorporated as an AISBL (internationally acting not-for-profit association)…

Consensus Policy Statement

Public Transport, through the Smart Ticketing Alliance, is committed to using ISO/IEC 14443 (2005 version for ID1 smartcards and current version for other media) for interoperable schemes. The Smart Ticketing Alliance wishes to set up a certification scheme(s) for Public…

Smart Ticketing

Smart Ticketing – A new Alliance to break through interoperability barriers John Verity, Chief Advisor, ITSO Limited, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom [an edited transcription by Johan van Ieperen – previously published on myUITP] The Smart Ticketing Alliance represents a platform for cooperation and…

STA Working Group “ARCHITECTURE” Started

After a prepatory meeting, the STA decided yesterday (4 Feb 2014) to officialy start a working group called Architecture (of Ticketing Systems). The first aim is to see if the Architecture of Ticketing Systems for Medium Access Devices can be…

Alliance Secretariat

A coordinating Secretariat will be established for the Smart Ticketing Alliance from within UITP to provide a single contact point and for disseminating information by printed documents, newsletters and through the website. The UITP Secretariat will be responsible for arranging…

General Assembly

All full members are invited to be part of a General Assembly that meets once a year. The General Assembly selects a Management Board of up to 6 members. The 2015 General Assembly was held on the 15th of June…

Management Board

For the first two years the Alliance Management Board will consist of the four Founding Members. The General Assembly will subsequently select a Management Board of up to 6 members. The Management Board will always include the four Founding Members.…

Liaison

STA has formal liaisons with: CEN TC278 WG3 SG5; UITP GSMA UIC EPTO NFC Forum Transport Special Interest Group Global Platform EC ERTICO Smart Cities

Privacy Model

A good reference is the Privacy Charter developed by the IFM-Project: D2.3 European handbook on rules and regulations for privacy protection in fare devices and back-offices (March 2010).