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Introduction to Electronic Payment Systems and Transportation

Here's an excerpt from  the press release issued by ITS America describing the document produced under contract by the staff at E-Squared Engineering
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WASHINGTON, May 2, 2001 - The EPS Primer, Introduction to Electronic Payment Systems and Transportation, is now available. The 135 page document is a product of the ITS America Electronic Payment Systems Task Force, chaired by Bob McQueen of PBS&J, and was prepared by E-Squared Engineering.

The EPS Primer is an introductory document to Electronic Payment Systems in general and to their uses in the transportation industry in particular. The audience for this document includes transit, toll, parking, and other transportation-related payment interests as well as the general EPS industry (financial sector, vendors, consultants, et.al.).

The document features a number of real-world examples of transportation EPS which takes the form of electronic fare collection, electronic parking fee collection, and electronic toll collection.  Lessons learned and suggested approaches are presented as is the relationship of EPS to the National ITS Architecture and industry standards.
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To request a copy of the EPS Primer, please contact Rich Taylor of ITS America at rtaylor@itsa.org or 202-484-4669.   For more information on EPS outreach initiatives or how E-Squared Engineering can help you achieve your organizational goals - give us a call or type us a note.  We look forward to the opportunity.  After all, we can't be successful unless we help our clients become successful - first.  (see the home page for contact information)

 

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