Long Beach Transit (CA) unveiled two battery-electric buses from BYD Motors, ending a long and controversial procurement process that began in 2013.
Uber is teaming up with Circulation to test non-emergency medical transportation at selected health-care institutions.
ICYMI: Sacramento launches security app, commission says Sound Transit didn’t break law by sharing email addresses, and Transit app introduces new features.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is trying a low-tech solution to customer communications — placing a megaphone in every train cab.
Bay Area Rapid Transit is using a rider-rewards program to encourage customers to travel outside the crowded AM peak period.
The MBTA and Perkins School for the Blind launched BlindWays, a crowdsourced mobile app to make it easier for blind or low-vision riders to find bus stops.
Toronto’s social service agencies worry that TTC’s transition to the Presto card — including plans to ditch the token — will leave their clients behind.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority will subsidize trips on Uber and Lyft for customers with disabilities for a year-long pilot.
TransitScreen has teamed up with TouchTunes and Pernod Ricard USA to bring bus, rail, taxi, and ride-hailing info to jukeboxes in bars in 14 U.S. cities.
Problems with cell phones coast to coast: TriMet riders have upgrade troubles and NYC-area transit agencies warn customers about exploding phone batteries.