If you want to know how to not use a digital public transport ticket, please go to the capital. See for yourself.
The Warsaw version of this technology is designed to make life easier for passengers, and it is best suited for Bareja’s movies. Obviously, the time is a bit different, but if the teddy bear must participate, it will not only attract his attention. Point.
The e-tickets in Warsaw have been open for a while, but until April 2 this year. It has certain flaws. Well, you must purchase it regularly because it has been deleted immediately. Therefore, passengers did not choose to buy e-tickets and accumulate their rights, and Warsaw Public Transport decided to remedy it heroically. The problem is that it also brings another more serious inconvenience.
Now, when entering a public transportation city, you must additionally verify the e-ticket. how is it? Not through the logically directed application, but by scanning the QR code.
When you step into a relatively empty bus alone or alone, everything will go smoothly. The situation is even worse when the vehicle looks like a can. You hold a child in one hand and a shopping bag in the other. Mr. Michał reported this situation to the editorial office, and his spouse regularly used communication methods.
Mr. Michał is not alone, his observations are confirmed by other residents of Warsaw. “Dear WTP, this change is terrible”, “Why make life difficult for residents?”, “Stupid”-we read in the comments WTP Facebook profile.
As if not enough, gymnastics is not just limited to the elbows, it can also label unfortunate codes. Passengers pay attention to the problem of scanning itself, which may be unreliable in dynamically moving and therefore shaking vehicles.Although according to Operator information The password can be captured at a distance of 2-3 meters, in fact you have to go closer because many (especially cheap) smartphone models cannot capture the correct focus, and passengers also mentioned this.
At the same time, some form of peekaboo is waiting for subway passengers, because in the case of the underground railway, the code is not on the train, but near the gate at the platform entrance. However, in this case, there is no standardization, so QR should be looked for, and we already know that the logic of placing the code is inconsistent and depends on the site.
If you think about it carefully, WTP’s idea makes sense. The ability to collect tickets allows you to purchase tickets in advance to avoid potential payment problems, especially when coverage is limited. In addition, thanks to personalized authorization, the city can better monitor passenger routes and optimize connections. Unfortunately, the plan does not include the issue of passengers and their comfort.
Expensive WTP, this is a solution: if you decide to get a QR code, at least provide enough tags so you don’t have to bother to visit each tag. Put them on the door, window and backrest of the seat, which will become easier for everyone.