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Pathways to integration and interoperability
Several important mass transit projects developing in HCMC, Hanoi and Danang, for urban metros, extended BRT/bus systems as well as toll roads, are currently set to deploy different electronic ticketing systems without integration of transport payments or interoperability between transport modes. In the world’s fastest developing region, this is not the first occurrence of this scenario. This session aims to explore options for solving the problem of ongoing public transport projects in Vietnam [or any market] that plan to deploy different payment solutions.

Eric Turner, Transport Analyst, Transport & ICT Global Practice, World Bank Group
Eric Turner is a Transport Analyst with the World Bank’s Transport and Digital Development Global Practice based in Singapore. Eric focuses on urban transport systems and mass transit, including urban rail and bus operations. His current projects include urban rail systems in China, bus networks in Vietnam, and urban transport in Sri Lanka. He previously worked at MTA New York City Transit, North America’s largest public transport provider, in the Office of Management and Budget before moving to the agency’s Global Benchmarking and Best Practice group.
Hiroshi Anzo, Senior Project Formulation Advisor, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Vietnam Office
Mr Hiroshi Anzo is a Senior Project Formulation Advisor of JICA Vietnam Office in Hanoi, responsible for overseeing projects related to bus transport and smart card transport payment system. He is in charge of the ongoing initiative titled "the Project for Supporting Development of Interoperable Smart Card System for Public Transportation in Hanoi" being implemented with the Department of Transportation of Hanoi People's Committee.
Sangmin Hyun, Senior Sales Manager, Korea Smart Card Co., Ltd.
Mr. Sangmin Hyun is a senior sales manager of global business division in Korea Smart Card Co., Ltd (KSCC), since 2008 joining KSCC and leading diverse public transportation projects including Automated Fare Collection and Fleet Management System. Currently he is focusing on ASEAN Market including Vietnam, one of highly potential markets.
Ting Chen, President, EasyCard Corporation
Ting Chen is a cross-disciplinary professional in M&A, banking, as well as in the e-commerce sector, specialized in digital innovation, payment, customer experience and retail banking services. She built up Bank SinoPac’s E-Banking Division in 2010, leading the bank to become the pioneer among its peers in its digital development, including the award winning third party payment FunCashier, mobile banking app, corporate banking and ATM solution, and innovative eco-banking solution tailored to specific business models and sectors.

Roundtable discussion
Led by: State Bank of Vietnam, NAPAS, World Bank Group
This discussion with transport and payments stakeholders will seek to generate recommendations for policies and strategies that can lead to the following desired outcomes in Vietnam or any other market:

  1- Smart integrated multimodal ticketing in major cities
  2 - Interoperable transport payments for national (intercity) public transport
  3 - Options for interoperability between urban smart integrated ticketing systems of different cities

Transport Payments Asia Pacific 2018 provides excellent opportunities for leading technology and solution providers to communicate information about their company, their brand, and their products and services to end-users responsible for implementing and managing transport revenue collection schemes in Asia Pacific.

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