Entrée. Paying for public transport

Mind the Step 2014
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Making the public transport chip card more user-friendly
The Dutch public transport chip card is a unique system, but also complex at the same time. This project, called Entrée, involved developing design solutions for making paying for public transport more user-friendly. This was done based on analysis of the current strengths and weaknesses and a comparison with similar systems in Hong Kong and London.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Client: Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu

People

Jasper van Kuijk
Geert Niermeijer
Thijs Niks
Johanna Joppien

Contact

j.i.vankuijk@tudelft.nl

Making the public transport chip card more user-friendly
The Dutch public transport chip card is a unique system, but also complex at the same time. This project, called Entrée, involved developing design solutions for making paying for public transport more user-friendly. This was done based on analysis of the current strengths and weaknesses and a comparison with similar systems in Hong Kong and London.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Client: Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu

People

Jasper van Kuijk
Geert Niermeijer
Thijs Niks
Johanna Joppien

Contact

j.i.vankuijk@tudelft.nl

Entrée. Paying for public transport

Making the public transport chip card more user-friendly
The Dutch public transport chip card is a unique system, but also complex at the same time. This project, called Entrée, involved developing design solutions for making paying for public transport more user-friendly. This was done based on analysis of the current strengths and weaknesses and a comparison with similar systems in Hong Kong and London.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Client: Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu

People

Jasper van Kuijk
Geert Niermeijer
Thijs Niks
Johanna Joppien

Contact

j.i.vankuijk@tudelft.nl

Making the public transport chip card more user-friendly
The Dutch public transport chip card is a unique system, but also complex at the same time. This project, called Entrée, involved developing design solutions for making paying for public transport more user-friendly. This was done based on analysis of the current strengths and weaknesses and a comparison with similar systems in Hong Kong and London.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Client: Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu

People

Jasper van Kuijk
Geert Niermeijer
Thijs Niks
Johanna Joppien

Contact

j.i.vankuijk@tudelft.nl