Moscow Metro Uses RFID-Enabled Tickets to Improve Customer Experience

By Doug

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Moscow, the capital of the Russian Federation, may well be one of the world's 10 most congested cities. The Moscow Metro typically carries 9 million passengers daily and, to help solve the congestion problems, has implemented a universal transportation contactless-payment system that can accommodate more than 50 types of RFID-enabled tickets. The newly introduced universal rechargeable commute RFID card, known as "Troika," has sold more than 1 millio...

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