The NYC Department of Transportation has received enough funds to install countdown clocks at more than 200 bus stops, according to the New York Daily News.
After multiple false starts, Calgary Transit (AB) has given up on the Connect card smart payment system — and officials want their money back.
RideScout, which aggregates information about ground transportation services, has acquired mobile payment company GlobeSherpa.
What do the FRA and Uber have in common? Both are using mapping apps to advance their goals.
Some stories you may have missed last week: TTC starts phasing out tokens, Metro invites students to name TBM, GoTriangle brings back soap opera.
Ford Motor Company is entering the car-sharing space with a pilot program called Peer-2-Peer Car Sharing in a handful of US and UK cities.
The San Diego Association of Governments (CA) is moving forward with plans to study a two-mile skyway from San Diego Bay to Balboa Park.
Sydney Trains (NSW) is testing a system that uses sensors that detect paint fumes to catch graffiti artists in the act.
To improve station access and regional mobility, MTA Metro-North Railroad (NY) is partnering with Enterprise Rent-a-Car and Zipcar.
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