German electronic ticketing system supplier, Scheidt & Bachmann, will be sent to international arbitration by Budapest Transport Center (BKK) following failures to implement the e-ticket system on public transport. The company’s decision is supported by the capital’s leadership too, leftist daily Népszava reported.
According to the BKK, the German company that took on to design, build, and operate the electronic ticketing system, called AFC (Automated Fare Collection) for 91 million euros (27 billion euros at the time), has only completed four …
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Budapest Sues German Supplier after E-ticket Implementation Failure
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