ICYMI: SEPTA expands Key card early adopter program, Toronto Bike Share riders can unlock bikes with an app, and Lane Transit gets grant for electric buses.
A London jewelry design student turned a set of acrylic nails into a fully functional TfL Oyster card for a class project.
Transit agencies continue to jump on the Pokémon GO bandwagon with enhanced safety messaging and promotional activities.
AC Transit launched a year-long pilot test of a flexible service that riders can summon with a computer, smartphone, or telephone.
An online toolkit from the Shared-Use Mobility Center is designed to help cities expand bikesharing, carsharing, and other forms of shared mobility.
ICYMI: TTC to develop mobile safety app, Hyperloop One founders are embroiled in lawsuit, and Columbus will skip light rail in favor of driverless cars.
Public transportation agencies are paying close attention to Pokémon GO and encouraging riders to use transit as they chase the cartoon critters.
When SEPTA took a third of its commuter rail fleet out of service earlier his month, Uber invested $2.5 million iin uberPOOL for Philly customers.
TfL signed an agreement with Cubic Transportation Systems which allows the company to adapt TfL’s ticketing system to other public transportation agencies.
Network Rail (UK) was the victim of at least four major cyber attacks in the last year according to a private cybersecurity firm