Metro Tasmania is aiming to increase its customers’ use of Greencards and reduce the amount of cash its bus drivers are handling.
A new campaign has been launched to encourage further uptake of the Greencard, which 85 per cent of Metro customers already use when travelling via the the Metro network in Launceston, Burnie and Hobart.
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Metro Tasmania acting chief exectuive Darren Carey said the campaign would prompt customers to top up their Greencards at times other than when boarding the bus.
Customers are able to top up a Greencard online, in person at a Greencard agent, at Metro depots, the Metro shop or by calling the Metro hotline.
“[The campaign] has a secondary aim to further increase Greencard use, and therefore deliver a more reliable service,” Mr Carey said.
“It is a quick and simple boarding process.
“Reducing the number of people who top up on board will make the system even more efficient, resulting in faster journey times and improved service reliability.”
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