A group of artists plans to create a subway-responsive light sculpture along San Francisco’s Market Street by stringing LED lights above the Muni lines.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (NY) has launched its web-based itinerary planner as a mobile application for iOS devices. The desktop version of TripPlanner has been available since December 2006. The new TripPlanner+ mobile app generates up to three travel routes between any two points using MTA services such as subways, local and express buses, Staten [...]
Electric propulsion buses have been in the news lately, from California to Kentucky. Here are updates from Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Louisville.
Some stories you may have missed: Some ask if TTC fare inspectors should carry batons, audit slams Citi Bike maintenance, and apps display DC transpo info.
Here’s a selection of transit-themed holiday gifts from a few transit operators and some talented artisans in the online marketplace Etsy.
NJ TRANSIT is asking commuters to test its new WiFi system at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City.
The Port Authority of Allegheny County (PA) added 21 bus routes to its vehicle tracking system, which brings real-time coverage to all but six routes.
Philadelphia commuters are preparing to say goodbye to tokens, as SEPTA moves toward implementing the SEPTA Key smart card system.
The Toronto Transit Commission (ON) will launch all-door boarding and proof of payment for its busiest surface route starting on January 1, 2015.
Some stories you may have missed: BC Transit sells its hydrogen buses, new tool can help visualize rider patterns, and Athens Transit gets real-time info.