Intersection to install digital displays at Philadelphia transit station under NRG Energy arrangement

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority and NRG Energy recently teamed up to transform the Pattison Station at the Sports and Entertainment Complex in South Philadelphia into the NRG Station. As part of the agreement, Intersection will install digital signage, maps and interactive displays at the station, according to a press release.

Intersection will provide several displays where travelers can find important information, such as real-time transit data and wayfinding. Advertisers will be able to purchase spots on the displays.

The station will also have NRG Go portable power packs that customers can rent to charge their phones while they travel or go to the Sports Complex.

"This agreement with NRG will deliver major benefits to our customers and other taxpayers who help fund the Authority's operations," SEPTA board chairman Pasquale Deon,said in the release. "The income this generates will go directly toward the everyday costs of running the transit system."

Topics: Customer Experience, Digital Signage, Display Technology, Government, Phone-charging Kiosks, Transportation / Travel, Wayfinding / Information

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