Indra equips Buenos Aires rail network with access control and ticketing systems

indraArgentina’s national rail operator has awarded Indra a contract worth EUR 35 million, under which the firm will deploy its access control and ticketing technology across the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area (BAMA) rail network, with more than 200 stations. The contract also includes system maintenance during a two-year period.
Indra will equip 8 lines with 1,400 access control machines and will implement a monitoring and control solution, which compiles information from a number of different subsystems and helps improve service management. The new technology will speed up passenger control and fare collection, while also helping to combat fraudulent use of the rail network.

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