Tickets, tickets and recharges can be purchased at 55 stations of Beijing Rail Transit.

 Tickets, tickets and recharges can be purchased at 55 stations of Beijing Rail Transit.

Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, August 10 (Reporter Ding Jing) Reporter 10 learned from the Beijing Municipal Transport Commission that from now on, 55 stations of Beijing Rail Transit will pilot non-cash payment services.

Passengers can use WeChat and Alipay scan codes to pay for tickets, tickets and recharge at the manual ticketing office, automatic vending machines and network ticketing machines at these stations. It is expected that by the end of August, non-cash payment services will cover all lines and stations of Beijing Rail Transit.

In order to cope with the unstable factors of mobile phone signals, Beijing rail transit will adopt the non-cash payment scheme of main sweep+ swept. That is to say, when passengers buy tickets or cards at the station ticketing office or vending machines, or pay for tickets and recharge business, they can only pay for WeChat or Alipay by scanning the screen and scanning the two-dimensional code on the screen. Station network ticket collector also supports scanned payment. Passengersmobile phone payment code is scanned by network ticket collector to realize scanned payment. Because this device is based on the special network of rail transit, it can effectively support passengers to use non-cash payment when mobile phone signal is not good.

Fifty-five pilot stations include Wangfujing, Xidan, Beijing, Beijing West Station, Liuliqiao, Sanyuan Bridge, T2 Terminal and T3 Terminal. These stations cover all the lines of Beijing rail transit, most of which are stations with large demand for ticket recharge.

Source: Xinhua responsible editor: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541