Telepass has announced the entry of Itabus, the Italian long-distance passenger transport operator, into its integrated mobility services. According to the agreement, it will be possible from today to purchase Itabus tickets through the platform Telepass Pay, displaying all the details in context.
To purchase an Itabus ticket it will therefore be sufficient to start the Telepass Pay mobile application, downloadable on Android and iOS smartphones, access the area dedicated to the Coach Service integrated in the app, in order to view the time and price of the ticket, and proceed upon payment. “From the app, the user can view all the details of the ticket that must be shown to the control staff when accessing the bus. Furthermore, during the purchase phase, the customer can purchase tickets for himself or for other people, choose the desired travel environment (Comfort + or Top), the Flex option, the seat or further additional services (e.g. additional luggage)“, Reads the press release published by Telepass.
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Itabus currently connects 70 Italian cities with a total of 400 routes, thanks to a fleet of 300 vehicles. “The tourism sector, one of the most affected by the coronavirus emergency in Italy, is ready to restart in this new summer season, especially in the cities of art, in the historic centers and in the seaside resorts and Telepass promotes a new synergy with the objective of facilitating the movement of people. The partnership with Itabus allows us to expand the Telepass ecosystem in the world of travel, offering customers the simplicity and speed of purchasing bus tickets, via app, to move between Italian cities that are also very far from each other.“Declared Gabriele Benedetto, Telepass CEO.
The Chief Executive Officer of Itabus, Enrico Zampone, commented: “Thanks to this new partnership with Telepass, we are enriching the offer available to our travelers, guaranteeing a safe, fast and accessible purchase method for everyone. Itabus is a young company, which continuously looks to innovation, and which in this restart phase wants to make its contribution to the recovery of the entire transport and tourism sector.“.