Foothill Transit (CA) is launching the world’s first heavy duty, fast charging, fully electric bus line on September 27.
Some stories you may have missed last week: New jacket fights transit germs, Vienna to install free WiFi, and developers create new MBTA applications.
Honolulu’s 20-mile elevated rail line will be the first fully automated wide-scale urban transit system in the U.S.
The MBTA Advisory Board is developing a mobile website that will enable MBTA riders to track and rate their trips, according to Boston Magazine.
Canadian startup Line Six is using crowdfunding to test a pilot bus route for residents of Toronto’s Liberty Village neighborhood.
A New York real estate executive has proposed the East River Skyway, a system of gondolas to connect the Brooklyn and Queens waterfronts with Manhattan.
Effective September 16, Transport for London began accepting contactless payment on all rail services.
The British Department for Transport has decided to shut down Transport Direct, a £50m government website that provided integrated journey planning.
Some stories you may have missed: NJ TRANSIT extends mobile tickets to buses, SmartWalk receives an honor, and Kickstarter campaign makes the CTA more fun.
A new mobile app lets NYC subway riders point their mobile device at an ad on the platform and and view a piece of art on the screen instead.