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O-CITY mobile ticketing

Mobility as a service is a concept that speaks for itself. Governments and public transport operators can observe the shift from private vehicle ownership and use to demand for flexible, publicly available transport. The concept is not limited to flexible taxis or car-sharing options, but includes a wider range of payment options for transport and services such as parking and access to museums, theatres and other entertainment spheres.

Adopted by over 130 cities worldwide, O-CITY brings a commuter-focused mobile application, which helps to utilise all public services in the smart city ecosystem with a simple tap on the smartphone. The application is adapted for both Android and iOS operating systems.


Mobile Ticketing

O-CITY mobile application not only provides informational support - making it easy to track payments, check balances and view routes - it also provides an alternative tool to engage customers, organise and automate fare collection (especially in  regions with large unbanked populations) and drive the urban mobility agenda throughout the city.

The application is developed to suit various spheres:
  • Ground Transport
  • Intercity Transport
  • Parking
  • Entertainment and leisure
  • Education

Commuter benefits


360 degree view

The mobile application offers users a wide set of functionality to help commuters on their journey and allows track balance of cards, vehicles on the routes, plan journeys, view historical trips and payments, purchase tickets through mobile 


Management of cards

The user can link any number of cards to the application, making payment more convenient and secure, as well as purchase a virtual subscription plan from the e-ticket marketplace.

QR codes

QR-codes payments

Passengers can pay with an e-wallet that can be replenished via a web portal or through a mobile application or with unique QR-code that is scanned on the terminal.

Service operators benefits

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Quick start

Enrollment is simple and does not require extensive training of employees on using the mobile application for validating commuter e-tickets, meaning the technology can be introduced and become operational within a few days.


Online and offline work

O-CITY is designed to work in areas with low or no internet coverage to provide a seamless, convenient experience for travellers. It can be used for both online and offline validation.

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Open APIs

The application is integrated with the O-CITY server using APIs. Clients with mobile applications have access to a set of APIs that allow them to either develop their own application leveraging O-CITY best-of-class technology or integrate with the existing application.

Key features

Easy enrollment
EMV support
Centralised management of operations
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360 degree view of activities
Parking functionality support
Payment with QR codes
E-tickets marketplace

Real life use cases of the O-CITY platform


As part of its drive toward digital transformation and smart city programmes, Bishkek embarked on an innovative project to move away from the use of cash. 

Download the case study to discover how O-CITY's automated fare collection met these challenges head-on.

Download the Bishkek case study
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‘Tullave’, the card provided by Recaudo Bogota in a closed-loop card system, posed some challenges: costly usage, outdated infrastructure, limited choice of payment methods and low speed of service. 

Switching to O-CITY's complete open-loop payment system enabled customers to pay using the payment instrument of their choice.

Download the Bogota case study
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The Ministry of Transport decided to engage in an ambitious digital transformation programme to automate public transport fare collection. 

Download the case study to learn how the O-CITY platform offers a turnkey solution.

Download the Uzbekistan case study
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Making payments across Kenya 100% digital and cashless and removing the need for print tickets were the key objectives of this project.

Kenya on it's way to contactless payments. Learn all about the journey by downloading the case study.

Download the Kenya Matatu case study
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