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E-Bus Ticketing System

Clado, Jonathan S.
Garganta, Donald E.
Fajilagutan, JohnFilandrew F.
Valdellon, Allen G.

Bus company shall be the one who provides tickets (indicated the ticket number and
price depending on the route) to
cashier click the desired route of the passenger, it will automatically print the
receipt of the passenger’s
route, where the receipt is required to be reviewed or look by the bus conductor be
sell in the passengers.
Passengers should present ID’s to determine whether they are ordinary, student or
senior passenger. After that, all the passengers will be on-board with their
respective bus. Then the bus will travel through their specified routes until it
reaches the route point.
An Electric bus is powered by the electricity.
We implement tickets to our passengers or customer organized and keen. Also, we
ensure that they are safe while travelling through the route.
Transportation (E-bus) ticketing System deals about the execution of passengers to
ticket transaction, where passengers can buy ticket into define station
Our ticketing system shows all path or route that once the cashier click the desired
location of the passenger, it will automatically print the receipt of passenger’s route,
where the receipt is required to be review/ look by the bus’ conductor.

Significance of the study
This project will benefit the following:
The Customer will be the foremost beneficiary of the proposed system, because the
transaction will be faster and more efficient.
The Employee/ Attendant will be more comfortable because the system is
automated compare to the manual ticketing system.

Methodology of the Study 3.3Data Specification 4.4 Screen Layout / Specification System Development Documents Title page Table of Contents List of Tables List of Figures List of Appendices .3Specific Objective Specific Problem 1.Introduction 1. Statement of Objective 2. Data gathering procedure and output 4. Table of Contents 1.To the Future Researchers.4 Scope and limitation 2. Proposed System 4.2 2. Background of the Study 2. that would like to undertake studies of similar nature in the future will have a project they can benchmark with. 1.1.Access Spceification 4.1 General Problem 2.3 Significance of the study 1.System Overview 4.2.

5 Scope 7 1.3 Studies on existing system 12 2.1 Plusliner System 13 Problem Statement 5 1.1 Case Study 7 1.4 Objective 5 1.2 To record all maintenance activity 6 1.2 Background 1 1.4 Limitation 8 1.7 Integration 9 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 10 2.6 Maintenance Information 8 Plusliner Terms of Use 16 vi .5 Reminding 8 1.5.3 To implement search by using recursive 6 1.2 Studies on current system 11 2.4.1 Introduction 1 1.4.2 User 7 Data Range 8 1.1 Project Definition io 2.3. 5.1 To set reminder needed for the bus 6 1.TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER TITLE Page INTRODUCTION 1 1.5.

1.2 Software Specification 32 3.5 Discussion 37 4.6.4 Experience 39 5 CONCLUSION 40 5.3.3 Design 29 3.1 Sequential Search 24 2.3 Conclusion 41 REFERENCES 42 Appendices A .1 Maintenance Records 19 2.2 Output 35 4.3.2 Locate Records 20 2.6 Constraint 37 Further research 40 Searching 36 CHAPTER TITLE PAGE 4.1 Software Development Model 27 3.3.3 Searching 23 2.4 Reports 21 2.3 Work orders 20 2.2Nadi.3.3 Deletion 36 4.6.3.E 44-58 .2 Lesson learned 41 5.1.4 Tools 21 2.3.4 Coding & Testing 31 3.5 Implementation 32 Planning 28 3.2 Recursive (Binary Search) 24 3 METHODOLOGY 27 Analysis 28 Databases 22 2. EZ Maintenance CMMS Maintenance 19 Software 2.1 Insertion 34 17 23.1 Interfaces 21 2.vii CHAPTER TITLE PAGE 2.3.3 Technical Problems 38 46.4.2 Knowledge 38 4.3.3 Hardware Specification 33 4 RESULT 34 4.4.1 Time Constraint 38 4.

Transfer Control Protocol TLS .2 Tables Relationships 31 3.3 Hash Comparing Algorithm 32 4.1 Statistic on Safety 3 1. TITLE PAGE 3.Personal Computer SQL Structured Query Language SSL .8 Recursive Algorithm 25 3.Local Area Network MATRADE .Hypertext Transfer Protocol IDE .World Wide Web xi xli .LIST OF TABLES TABLE NO.4 Interface 17 2.5 Examples of Petronas Equip with c-pay 18 2.2 Statistic on Prosperity 3 2.Microsoft Access ASP .Actives Server Pages BMS .Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation PC .1 Software Specifications 32 3.Hyper Text Markup Language HTTP .2 Examples of Plusliner Interface 14 2. TITLE PAGE 1.1 Examples of Data Inserted 34 4.3 Plusliner Transaction 15 2.6 Sequential Search 24 2.Transport Layer Security VB .1 Use Case 30 3.Visual Basic WWW .Secure Socket Layers TCP .2 Examples of View 35 4.3 Deletion Algorithm 36 x LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ACCESS .2 Hardware Specifications 33 ix LIST OF FIGURE FIGURE NO.Interactive Development Environment LAN .7 Pascal Algorithm 25 2.Bus Management System COM * Component Object Model HTML .1 Plusliner Reservation & Payments 13 2.

The early days of computing. a lot of entrepreneurs used internet and computer applications to increase their revenue and decrease the cost. It was a decade that saw the emergence of networking and the widespread sharing of information. In this modern world speed and reliability is a key to success. were dominated by small . In fact in doing business. In deed the profit grows because people may easily buy the ticket anytime. anywhere. More than that. In short.1 Introduction This chapter will briefly describe about the E. and the development of the World Wide Web (WWW) and its enabling browser interface software. The idea of e-Ticketing is part of solutions that has been implemented widely by most of express bus company. The change has also given big impact to the business of many express bus companies especially in the Philippines. of the transformation from personal to work group computing.LIST OF APPENDICIES FIGURE NO.Bus Ticketing System (EBTS).2 Background The decade of the 1990s will undoubtedly be remembered as a period that witnessed an incredible diffusion of information technology through a massive and unanticipated spread in the use of personal computers (PC) and local area networks (LAN). 1. Computer applications have been such important tools that slowly eliminate the use of current manual system which take more time. Moreover most of the house in the Philippines own at least one computer that can connect to the internet. problem statement. objectives of the project and scope of the project. The way human works are no longer the same. This is one of proposed solutions that can be used by many express bus companies especially in the Philippines. and of enterprise architecture and integrated systems. the maturing of the Internet. People start to rely on computer technology in order to accomplish their desire. Major aspects that will be discussed include background of the system. from the 1950-1970s. the 1990s was a time when the power of computing and document creation passed out of the hands of traditional centralized providers of data and into the hands of individual workers 2 In this modern and globalize world a lot of thing might change. TITLE PAGE A EZ Maintenance Examples Interface 44 B Samples of Form & Questionnaires 48 C Project Gant Chart 49 D Sequence Diagram 51 E User Manual 53 1. the number of PDA and Smart Phone user increase every year and it will keep on increasing.

Most of express bus company wouldn't invest too much on the electronic management system for their company. As a result. In current system. to locate and retrieve. . databases typically maintain only the current value for any given data element. most of the driver information was kept in a file. Microsoft Access used as it database which is one of the simplest and efficient Database Management System (DBMS) developed by Microsoft.2 To record all Transaction log Report activities Transaction log Report is one of the crucial parts in Bus Management and massive mainframe computers (used primarily for scientific applications). maintenance record and reminder. It takes quite a time in order to find the necessary transaction log record when needed. Some of the data is quite hard to read because the form was filled up by hand writing. The problems that occur in Bus Information is that to track its transaction log Record. Bus Management System is suggested for a small office management tools. Therefore a standalone system is suitable for them because it won't cost them so much. Moreover it uses a lot of papers in and increase of data lost because no record provided for the data. Transaction log Report record is important to ensure that we could easily check for the bus driver information .4 Specific Objectives There are three main objectives that must be achieved by developing the system. 1. The user of the system will only for the Manager and his personal assistant or anyone that have been authorized by the manager. Therefore it is quite hard for them to search the driver information when needed. and supported an attached network of a few local and remote terminals. drivers' information. More over if the manager is on leave. The usage of log book may cause human mistake for example spelling. in a typical transaction processing system. Search function are also added so that manager can search for bus information that has been stored in the databases. attendant may forgot the transaction log record date because they usually didn't went into the office. if not impossible. The Transaction log Report is added with so that manager could conveniently review transaction history.0 which provides a simple interface for the user. inviolate business records are difficult.3 General Problem In the Philippines. These objectives are implemented through the use of some familiar function in Visual Basic 6. Bus Management System will include the buses information. As part of the solutions. These objectives are as follows: 1.0 and Microsoft Access. which managed data inputted from punched cards. 1. date and time of transaction. Moreover. There is also another problem where some of the form has been screwed up by dust and smudge. manager will check the transaction log record at the log book. This system is developed by using Microsoft Visual Basic 6. produced massive amounts of paper printouts. hand writing and others. . bus ID.4. Transaction log Report record ensures the safety on passenger.

Only 30 data can be stored and only the manager and his personal assistant can use the system. 1. 1.4 Scope and Limitation Limitation for the system will include the data and the user. and transact to the customers.5. Then the schedule can be set up by using automatic method. This is just for small office management system. 1. . therefore 30 data is quite a big number that it could have.3-To Add new user to use the system The Manager will be authorize to add new user to use the system.4.4.3 Data Range The data range is only for 4 drivers and 4 buses.5. More than that will cause a slow respond from the system because we limit the number of drivers which is relevant to the number of our buses which is 4 buses.7 Integration This driver's information system must be integrated with the bus information system so that a complete System is set up. Our system can’t back-up and restore the transaction record and tally the total income of the transaction report.5.1-To Automate the Manual system .1.To make it easier for the attendant to Input the desired route of the customer and how much will they pay for the fare price 1.