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Specification for Interoperable Electronic Ticketing System

Specification for Interoperable Electronic Ticketing System

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Spec for Norway's RFID ticketing system, more secure than the recently-hacked Mifare Classic systems. See Bruce Schneier at http://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2008/08/hacking_mifare.html for more details.
Spec for Norway's RFID ticketing system, more secure than the recently-hacked Mifare Classic systems. See Bruce Schneier at http://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2008/08/hacking_mifare.html for more details.

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Specification for InteroperableElectronic Ticketing System
 
June 10, 2005
Norwegian Public Roads Administration
Handbook
206-3
 
Normative 
 
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NPRA Handbook 206-3 Specification for Interoperable Electronic Ticketing
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Preface
 
Handbook 206 covers electronic ticketing and Interoperable Fare Management (IFM) systems. Thefirst preliminary version of the handbook was issued in 1995 and was then followed by the official firstversion of Handbook 206 Electronic ticketing in 1998 (in Norwegian only). The development in theelectronic ticketing domain requires an updating of the version from 1998 both from a technology pointof view as well as from an interoperability point of view.Handbook 206 Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 replace the previous 1998 version.Handbook 206 Part 1 describes electronic ticketing systems using a ticketing media where allinformation, e.g. customer data, products and logs are stored electronically. Hence, the Handbook 206does not cover ticketing systems or equipment used for issuing traditional paper tickets.Part 2 covers recommendations as regards regional and inter-regional electronic ticketing systemsand is based on the same principles as given in part 1 and 3.Part 3 covers technical requirements and guidelines that shall be used when purchasing and installingticketing systems. This is to ensure that all new electronic ticketing systems can be interoperable andby this being an attractive alternative for the customers concerning the use of public transport.The handbook has been prepared based on a mandate given by the Ministry of Transport andcommunications and is financed by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA). The mainobjective is that electronic ticketing systems shall be simplified and by this making it easier for thecustomer to use public transport. A very important part of the simplification process is establishinglocal, regional and national interoperability.Project leader for the Handbook 206 project has been Jacob Trondsen from NPRA. The work on theHandbook 206 has been done in cooperation with a project group with Robert Fjelltun Bøe fromNPRA, Hanne Juul from Hordaland County Administration, Trond Myhre from Vestfold kollektivtrafikk(Vestfold Public Transport), Linda Lillestøl and Jan Christiansen from NSB (Norwegian State Railway),Lars Bjønnes from Mobitech, Jørn Hanssen from Oslo Sporveier (Oslo tram, bus and metro), LiliaHalsen Bidar and Stig Rønning from Q-Free Ticketing and Trond Foss from SINTEF.The target group for this part of the handbook will be personnel purchasing electronic ticketingsystems as well as suppliers designing and implementing such systems.NPRA presuppose that ISO and CEN standards as well as the requirements and recommendationsgiven in Handbook 3 shall be used in projects that are funded by authorities on national and regionallevel. Hence, NPRA recommends that the use of Handbook 206 shall be part of the contract betweenthe authorities and the operators proving public transport services.Norwegian Public Roads AdministrationDirectorate of Public RoadsJune 10, 2004

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