We’re not to blame for Auckland ticketing debacle, Infratil’s Snapper says

Sun, 26 Aug 2012

Aug. 27 (BusinessDesk) - Snapper Services, which runs the ticketing system used on Infratil’s buses, says it is not to blame for delays in Auckland’s Integrated Fares System which has led to Auckland Transport terminating its contract. Infratil’s Snapper unit failed to win the Auckland ticketing contract, which was awarded to France’s Thales, leaving the Wellington-based company to cooperate in making the system work with its Snapper system Snapper said it received notice on Friday that Auckland Transport was terminating the 2010 participati...

Not convinced yet?

Subscribe to our Daily News Update free newsletter.

Markets FREE
Eroad shares on the road to recovery
Ella Somers | Thu, 07 Jul 2022

Jarden wealth management director Greg Main said Eroad was continuing its “recent recovery” and rising strongly after being heavily sold down.

Global Events
Jacinda Ardern soft-pedals on China’s Pacific ambitions
Pattrick Smellie | Thu, 07 Jul 2022

The prime minister has offered a conciliatory view of China's potential to do good in the Pacific region, as tensions between Beijing and Wellington grow over Chinese strategic ambitions in the region.

Primary Sector
Foot-and-mouth disease risk low from Indonesian PKE says Biosecurity NZ
Rebecca Howard | Thu, 07 Jul 2022

Biosecurity NZ sent a team to Indonesia for an extra level of assurance. 

How can Kiwi small business owners manage rising inflation?

Xero MD Craig Hudson says small businesses have been hit with a triple whammy.

Digital innovation could shape the future of NZ

The digital age allows us to collaborate on some of our greatest scientific and environmental challenges