Friday , 11 July 2014

A cashless only public transport payment systems won’t work in Kenya

The Kenyan government through the transport and infrastructure ministry introduced new rules requiring public service vehicles (PSVs) to implement and operate cashless payment sys ...

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Matatu Owners Call for Extension of Cashless Payment System

The Matatu Welfare Association has asked the National Transport Safety Authority to extend the cashless payments implementation by four months to allow for public sensitization. M ...

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Suspend cashless system, Transport Cabinet Secretary Michael Kamau urged

Matatu owners in Nakuru want Transport Cabinet Secretary Michael Kamau to suspend the cashless fare payment system set to be adopted by all Public Service Vehicles (PSV) starting ...

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Imagine you have arrived at Dagoretti corner matatu stage when suddenly, swoosh!, a thug swipes your phone out of your hand! Luckily, he didn’t get your wallet and you still have ...

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Bebapay System for Paying Fares has not been Received Well.

The tap-to-pay technology was touted as a solution to many of the problems that bedevil the public transport industry. However, as NairobiNews found out recently, the system has f ...

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