ITxPT and STA are non-profit organisations, both working toward seamless multimodal travel in Europe via interoperability of systems. Their work complements each other as they are both relying on CEN standards and input from their members (from public transit authorities to industry representatives).
Both organisations have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to facilitate their cooperation.
Via this MoU, both organisations will join forces to build and support:
All their common activities and actions will be in the pursuit of realising seamless travel for all passengers by supporting the work of all public authorities in Europe and beyond.
This MoU is for us another step toward fulfilling our mission of informing the standards making process and coordinating how public transport uses them.
Chair of STA
I am very satisfied having such a market-driven and reliable input brought to the work that ITxPT undertakes defining open standards and technical specifications for the entire public transport industry.
Secretary General of ITxPT
The Smart Ticketing Alliance (STA) is a non-profit association that promotes and facilitates cooperation between national and regional smart ticketing systems to implement interoperable smart ticketing in Europe and elsewhere. Therefore, STA has become the integrated platform for European transport authorities, transport operators and providers, industry and policy makers to promote, standardise and further develop ticketing and seamless travel in Europe and beyond.
ITxPT is a non-profit association open to all companies and organizations with an interest in developing public transport into the most efficient, sustainable, and attractive means of travel. Its members are a mix of industry, operators, and authorities from all over the world.
The mission of the ITxPT Association is to enable interoperability between IT systems in Public Transport by offering public specification of an IT architecture based on standards with open interfaces for on-board, over-the-air and back-office IT systems.
The ITxPT governance is fairly shared between decision makers (public transport authorities and operators) and industry (vehicle manufacturers and IT suppliers).
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