Mozio Brings Multimodal Mobile Ticketing Pilot to SEPTA Airport Line

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USA: The ground transportation booking platform Mozio Inc. and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA have launched a partnership to bring mobile ticketing to SEPTA’s Airport Line. From now on, people traveling between the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and City Centre will be able to purchase SEPTA Airport Line tickets anytime, anywhere, from the convenience of their mobile devices. During the six-month pilot program, the app will also allow users to book Lyft, local taxi and sedan rides on Mozio’s multimodal platform, with plans to add additional ground transportation providers over the course of the summer and into the fall. The partnership breaks ground for both organizations, as the debut of mobile ticketing on SEPTA and the launch of Mozio’s mobile compliment to its online platform.

To get started, travellers download the Mozio app, create a free account, and search for transportation options between PHL and their destination. For searches within a 15 minute walk of SEPTA’s five Center City Regional Rail Stations, the SEPTA Airport Line will be prominently displayed as an efficient and economical means of travel. Electronic tickets are stored in the Mozio app and visually validated by conductors onboard. SEPTA Airport Line customers will gain the flexibility to buy tickets months ahead of time or while standing on the station platform, while eliminating the need to carry cash or keep track of a paper ticket. The app is currently available on iOS with plans to launch on Android later this year.

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“We are thrilled to be working with SEPTA and launching our multimodal app in the economic and cultural hub that is Philadelphia,” said Mozio CEO David Litwak. “Cities can be stressful to navigate, particularly for visitors and individuals unfamiliar with the ground transit options available to them. Our platform seeks to provide anxiety-free travel, allowing individuals to compare, contrast, and ultimately book the modes of transit that best suit their needs.”

The Mozio and SEPTA partnership will bring a variety of benefits to both parties. By adding the Airport Line to Mozio’s platform, SEPTA will gain visibility – including international exposure – to a large number of the 30+ million visitors that will travel to Philadelphia this year for work, vacation, the NFL draft, college graduations, 4th of July Festivities, and more. Mozio currently works with leading corporate and leisure travel entities including, Kayak, Skyscanner, hotels, airlines, and travel management companies.

Launching a multimodal booking app is a natural extension of Mozio’s existing portfolio, and Philadelphia is an excellent testbed for understanding how public transit can serve air travelers. “Having spent the last five years aggregating 3,000 ground transportation providers in over 2,500 cities onto a single platform, we are well-positioned to launch the world’s first scalable mobility as a service solution,” added John McGinty who directs public transit partnerships and is managing the Philadelphia pilot. “Our goal is for individuals to be able to book convenient, reliable, and affordable ground transportation around the world, on a familiar platform in the language and currency they are most comfortable with.” The customer feedback and data Mozio collects during the pilot will help inform enhanced functionality the company seeks to rollout in the near future, including the ability for customers to stitch together rides, seamlessly booking a bike to a metro, train to a cab, and more with a single transaction.

Mozio will take part in the Airport Access Ideas Forum, taking place in London on 7th of June, with the presentation "3,000 Providers and Counting: Lessons Learned Building a Global Multimodal Transit Platform"

The Mozio app is now available for download. Individuals can download the mobile app by visiting or by searching for “Mozio” on the iOS App Store.

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