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Our vision - diagram description

Introduction

This is the long description for the ACT vision diagram. The purpose of the diagram is to show how ACT's key solutions relate to one another, and show that the effects of our technology are all around us in our everyday lives.

What the diagram looks like

The diagram is an illustration showing a woman walking down a high street. The buildings around her include a library, school, office block, and train station. On the horizon is a large sight-seeing ferris wheel, similar to the London Eye. The woman is carrying a shopping bag and a smart card. There is a bus stop to her left.

Some of these items have a small ACT logo on them, which can be clicked to see more information. There are five small clickable logos, each one reveals information about one solution.

Solution 1 - Citizen Smart Card

The school and library represent the Citizen Smart Card solution, and a further illustration shows that the card holder can get their card somewhere convenient like a library, manage the card online, and use the card for travel, leisure and for entitlements such as school meals.

Solution 2 - Commercial Transport Ticketing

The train station represents the Commercial Transport Ticketing solution, and a further illustration shows that the card holder can apply for a card online, buy tickets, top up and manage their account online too. One card may hold many tickets and is re-usable. Stored Travel Rights give flexible pay-as-you-go travel.

Solution 3 - Concessionary Travel

The bus stop represents the Concessionary Travel solution, and a further illustration shows that the card holder can get their card online, travel anywhere in the UK, add Stored Travel Rights to the card for peak time travel, and use additional travel options such as taxi vouchers.

Solution 4 - Tourism city cards

The Ferris wheel represents the Tourism city cards solution, and a further illustration shows that the card holder can use a single card to visit many attractions in a region, including entertainment, dining, accommodation and travel.

Solution 5 - Loyalty programmes

The shopping bag represents the Loyalty programmes solution, and a further illustration shows that the card holder can pick up a card in store, register and manage their card online, enjoy shopping and build rewards, and get back rewards, offers and vouchers.