Delhi-Meerut Regional Rapid Transport System (RRTS) is the first system of its kind in India. And this system between Delhi and Meerut will soon have a huge transformation. With the new changes, commuting here will get easier and quicker than before, making it a smooth travel experience for commuters. What is this modern development on the Delhi-Meerut RRTS? Read on if you want to know all the details about it!
Delhi-Meerut RRTS To Have A Lot Of New Facilities!
This Regional Rapid Transport System will get an advanced and brand-new Automatic Fare Collection system. This system at the RRTS will help in contactless travelling here. Automatic Fare System will help commuters to follow contactless travel during entry and exit here and make the process easier and faster as well. There will be a few options to choose from among National Common Mobility Cards (NCMC), Open Loop Contactless Cards, and QR tickets. These QR code tickets will both be in digital form and paper too.
Here’s All About The Advanced Development:
National Common Mobility Cards issued by financial institutions, metros, and even transport authorities can be used by the people travelling on the Delhi-Meerut RRTS. For digital QR code tickets, RRTS commuters can do that using a mobile application of the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NRCTC). Commuters can even get paper QR tickets for a one-way journey. There will be vending machines to get paper QR tickets.
The mobile application is great to use for many things to do. It can be used to purchase tickets and recharge smart cards and wallets. This app will help in customisation as well.
Such options to choose from among National Common Mobility Cards, open loop cards for contactless travel, and QR tickets is a very modern take on the advancement of the Automatic Fare Collection system in the Delhi-Meerut system. Once everything gets arranged properly and the operations come into action, travel experiences will become far better than what people saw previously.
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