The Smart Ticketing Alliance consists of the founding members, the full members and the associate members.
The AIT (formerly AFIMB/MINT) was established in 2021 by the French Ministry of Transport to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the transport sector. The AIT aims to support and accelerate innovation initiatives and build partnerships with actors in the innovation ecosystem and mobility sector. It’s located at:
Ministère de la Transition écologique et solidaire
Tour Séquoia 92055 La Défense Cedex, France
Calypso Networks Association (CNA) is a not-for-profit organisation which brings members of the transport, mobility and services community together to exchange ideas, experiences and requirements to advance open systems that support seamless, consumer ticketing needs.
It’s located at:
Rue Royale 76
1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
ITSO is the Guardian of the ITSO Specification, which aims to make travelling on public transport throughout the UK seamless and easier by enabling smart ticketing technology. It is a non-profit sharing membership organisation that consists of public sector authorities, transport operators and equipment and solution suppliers to the smart ticketing industry. It’s located at:
Aurora House Deltic Avenue, Rooksley Milton Keynes MK13 8LW, United Kingdom
The UITP is the International Association of Public Transport. Established in 1885 it is the only worldwide network to bring together all public transport stakeholders and all sustainable transport modes. UITP has over 1900 members ins more than 100 countries an offices across the globe. It’s located at:
Rue Sainte Marie, 6 - 1080 Bruxelles, Belgium
The VDV eTicket Services publishes the standard for electronic fare management (EFM) in public transport in Germany. It also operates and coordinates the technical systems for EFM and develops new technical solutions for the transport companies and associations. This includes accompanying the participating companies and suppliers and establishing and monitoring organizational rules.
It’s located at: Mediapark 8a - 50670 Köln, Germany
regional, national or international public transport organisations
ATM is a public consortium to coordinate the operation of the public transport system in the Barcelona metropolitan area.
MoBIB card provides a single medium for the transport tickets of the four Belgian public transport operators.
The NTA is responsible for developing and implementing high quality, accessible, sustainable transport across Ireland.
smaller public transport organisations
individual companies, suppliers and organisation supporting STA and with a yearly turnover of more than 1 million €
smaller individual companies, suppliers and organisations supporting the STA with a yearly turnover of less than 1 million €