Transport Ticketing & Passenger Information Global
Old Billingsgate Market, London, London, United Kingdom

Event description

Free entry for transport operators, municipalities and government authorities

Now in its seventh year, Transport Ticketing Global will welcome the largest gathering of transport and government executives from around the world, uniting them with payments innovators and smart ticketing specialists.

Featuring a comprehensive three day programme of over 50 presentations and panel debates, 100 expert speakers will deliver insight into the latest transport developments to over 700 senior transport ticketing decision makers.

Among the key topics to be explored include the role of Apple Pay in transport, the future role of biometrics in ticketing, building an open area architecture landscape in an urban environment and the global view for an interoperable intelligent public transport system. Thought - provoking keynotes and case studies will be presented by those who are successfully implementing such schemes.

The event’s Awards recognise and celebrate organisations which have worked tirelessly to build, establish and deploy successful smart ticketing programmes across Europe. Held at the London Transport Museum on 26 January, the world renowned ceremony will honour those making unprecedented advances in the transport industry.

Additionally, The EMV Transport Forum, taking place at Transport Ticketing Global, is the UK’s first niche industry gathering which cuts through the noise around bank-card ticketing and discusses the ‘hands-dirty’ aspects of implementation and market adoption of EMV transport ticketing.

The event will also offer the perfect opportunity for transport executives to share experiences, connect with colleagues and peers and view first-hand the latest technologies available on the exhibition floor.

Transport for London, Department of Transport UK and the Association of Train Operating Companies are confirmed event partners.

For information about exhibiting or taking part as a delegate, please visit

For further media information, please contact Jordan Roozpeikar:

T: +44 207 736 4022



About Clarion Events:

Founded in 1947, Clarion Events is one of the oldest independent event organisers in the UK. More recently the firm has developed an international portfolio of brands and now has interests in a multiple industry verticals and delivers more than 200 events each year globally.

About the Payments Portfolio:

Clarion organises a global series of conferences and exhibitions in the Cards and Payments industry to enable banks, retailers, transport operators and payment processors to keep up with the rapidly changing trends in consumer spending behaviours and payment solutions. The Portfolio consists of PayExpo, the Transport Ticketing World Series and the Mobile Money & Digital Payments World Series. The series has expanded to include 10 distinct events focussing on critical developments in Africa, Central & Eastern Europe, the Americas and Asia.

For further information and upcoming event dates visit:

Transport Ticketing World Series
Mobile Money & Digital Payments World Series


Event location

Old Billingsgate Market, London 1 Old Billingsgate Walk EC3R 6DX London United Kingdom Europe

Tel: +44 (0)20 7384 7913

Contact information

Clarion Events 69-79 Fulham High Street SW6 3JW London United Kingdom Europe

Jessica Williams Jessica Williams

Tel: +44 020 7384 7700 Fax: +44 020 7384 7701

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