The Port Authority of Allegheny County (PA) may begin to charge a one-time fee for issuing ConnectCards, the Pittsburgh agency’s new smart card.
New mobility services are providing alternatives to traditional transit, and one developer wants to help public transportation operators compete.
ICYMI: TransitScreen to provide multimodal info in Philly, Split offers on-demand ridesharing in DC, and King County Transit considers mobile tix in Seattle.
Leap, the San Francisco luxury bus service, shut down operations after receiving a cease-and-desist order from the California Public Utilities Commission.
MTA New York City Transit announced a series of measures to reduce subway delays.
To support its safety oversight responsibilities, the Federal Transit Administration recently launched a safety training and resource website.
Riding the subway can be a challenging experience for visually impaired customers, but researchers are using technology to make navigation easier.
Some stories you may have missed last week: State may require DART to tape board meetings, VRE launches mobile ticketing, and Metra payment app is delayed.
Tuesday’s fatal Amtrak crash has raised the issue of positive train control once again as experts ask whether PTC could have prevented the derailment.
Hack My Ride 2.0 is a challenge for innovative apps and tools that will make it easier for VTA customers to get around Silicon Valley and beyond.