Trans Link Systems

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Trans Link Systems (TLS) was established by the five largest Dutch public transport companies to implement a single payment system for public transport:[1] Trans Link Systems works in partnership with the carriers involved to ensure the OV-chipkaart is made available to the people using public transport in the Netherlands. The OV-chipkaart can be used on the bus, metro, tram and train.

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  1. ^ Guah, Matthew W. (2009). Managing very large IT projects in businesses and organizations. IGI Global. ISBN 978-1-59904-546-7. 

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