WMATA hopes a combination of brighter signals and speed restrictions will keep Metrorail operators from running red lights.
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Caltrain (CA) is using its social media platforms to remind customers that courtesy counts.
Pierce Transit (WA) is one of eight Washington state transit operators testing a bus safety system that warns operators about a pedestrian or bicycle in their blind spot. Sensors mounted on the front and sides of the bus scan for objects around the bus, and the system alerts the driver if it detects a risk […]
Metra (IL) will test real-time travel information digital screens at three of its downtown Chicago train stations and select suburban stations.
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The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded nearly $65 million in grants to support advanced technology transportation projects across the country.
A Finnish company is rolling out Whim, a mobile application that enables users to seamlessly plan and pay for a multimodal trip.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (DC) is looking for new ways to combat fare evasion at Metrorail stations.