RATB tickets to be replaced by electronic cards

From January 1 of next year, Bucharesters using public transportation will do so without paper tickets, their place taken by rechargeable electronic, a system that has alternatively been operating on RATB vehicles for three years already. Realitatea TV quoted the spokesman for the Bucharest Public Transportation Authority (RATB), Mihai Vladarau, as saying surveys are being conducted among public transportation users over whether they know how to use the cards. If they reveal that 50 per cent of Bucharesters don’t know how to use the new card-based system, paper tickets will still be in use for up to a further six months at the longest.

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