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Indra to supply ticketing systems at 14 stations of Delhi Metro

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has awarded Indra the contract to implement contactless ticketing systems at 14 new stations on Delhi’s metro network in India.

Indra to supply ticketing systems at 14 stations of Delhi Metro


(01/09/2017) The contract amounts to 4.5 million euros and encompasses the design, development, supply, installation and commissioning of all technology used for access control, validation, ticket sales and card top-ups at the 14 stations.

Indra will update the ticketing systems already in place in the Delhi Metro to include its technology based on smart contactless cards and electronic tokens for single trips, and will modernise the existing control centre to include the new stations and new services, among which is a payment solution via cell phone SMS messaging with the possibility of incorporating payments via NFC or QR technology in the future.

Passengers will also be able to top-up their contactless cards or buy electronic tokens at any of the 14 new stations, either using the automatic vending machines or at the customer service/ticket offices at each station.


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