Shenzhen subway passenger phone scanning code on line service experience Ma Huateng

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 Shenzhen subway passenger phone scanning code on line service experience Ma Huateng


Shenzhen Municipal Committee of the Standing Committee, deputy mayor Liu Qingsheng, Tencent Inc holding board chairman and chief executive officer Ma Huateng, and other exchanges at Futian station, experience mobile phone scavenging gate. Chen Wens photo China new network Shenzhen May 8 (reporter Chen Wen) May 8th, the Shenzhen subway, Hong Kong iron (Shenzhen), the Tencent Inc launched a joint mobile phone scavenging gate service officially launched. People only need to use the Shenzhen subway APP or Shenzhen subway e Travel Tencent bus code Shenzhen live+ port iron live+ small program to generate car code, you can easily sweep the code and take the subway. On the activities, the three parties of Shenzhen metro, Shenzhen railway and Tencent signed a cooperation agreement. In this case, the Standing Committee of the Shenzhen municipal Party committee, deputy mayor Liu Qingsheng, chairman of the Shenzhen Metro Group Co., Ltd., chairman and chief executive Ma Huateng of the Tencent Inc holding board, and Hong Kong Railway Corporation Limited standing director Jin Zepei and other Hong Kong Railway Corporation Limited standing director Jin Zepei experience the handset scavenging on the Futian subway station. The reporter learned that the public passengers used the scavenging gate to sit on the subway, and it was necessary to open the Shenzhen subway APP or Shenzhen subway e Travel, Tencent bus code, Hong Kong iron Shenzhen live+ small program, open and generate the car code in advance (when reused, it does not need to reopen, directly open the car code can), then in the subway station On the gate marked with brush code, the vehicle code is directly aligned with the scanning yards to scan the yards. It is reported that at the present stage, every station in Shenzhen metro network has set up at least two into two scavengers for passenger traffic code, while Che Kung Temple, Fukuda, old street, Houhai and other large passenger stations set up at least 10 scavengers. During the year, all gates of Shenzhen Metros all network stations will support sweeping and shutting service. In 2018, the average daily passenger traffic volume of the Shenzhen Metro Network exceeded 5 million, of which 13% of the passengers who purchased one-way tickets accounted for 400 thousand passengers. During the holidays, this proportion will increase, so the subway stations near scenic spots and business circles are queuing up to buy one-way tickets. In order to enhance passenger ride experience, we can ease the queuing purchase of one-way tickets. Source: China News Net editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 The reporter learned that the public passengers used the scavenging gate to sit on the subway, and it was necessary to open the Shenzhen subway APP or Shenzhen subway e Travel, Tencent bus code, Hong Kong iron Shenzhen live+ small program, open and generate the car code in advance (when reused, it does not need to reopen, directly open the car code can), then in the subway station On the gate marked with brush code, the vehicle code is directly aligned with the scanning yards to scan the yards. It is reported that at the present stage, every station in Shenzhen metro network has set up at least two into two scavengers for passenger traffic code, while Che Kung Temple, Fukuda, old street, Houhai and other large passenger stations set up at least 10 scavengers. During the year, all gates of Shenzhen Metros all network stations will support sweeping and shutting service. In 2018, the average daily passenger traffic volume of the Shenzhen Metro Network exceeded 5 million, of which 13% of the passengers who purchased one-way tickets accounted for 400 thousand passengers. During the holidays, this proportion will increase, so the subway stations near scenic spots and business circles are queuing up to buy one-way tickets. In order to enhance passenger ride experience, we can ease the queuing purchase of one-way tickets.