Infratil defends Snapper against Auckland Transport claims

Tue, 26 Jun 2012

By Hannah Lynch June 26 (BusinessDesk) - Infratil, the investment infrastructure firm, has defended its Snapper unit against Auckland Transport's claims it will miss the deadline to integrate its contactless card with the city's public transport network. Snapper, the card payments system used on Infratil’s commuter buses, received a notice from Auckland Transport on June 18 alleging it had breached the terms of the participation agreement, along with a claim for damages. "The basis of these claims has not been clarified and the notice inco...

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