Transport for London (UK) is introducing real-time monitoring and predictive analytics for the London Underground rail system.
Raising privacy concerns, Transport for London included customer ID numbers in the open dataset for its bike-sharing program for about six months in 2012-3.
The fallout from the Bixi bankruptcy continues. Here are some updates from bike-sharing programs in Montreal, Toronto, and Washington.
SmartWallk projects transit service updates onto sidewalks and walls and embeds way-finding information as well.
Some stories you may have missed: Bikeshare is strong in Boston, TriMet mobile tickets reach a new milestone, and Rochester earns a dubious distinction.
A startup that analyzes online data to discover travel patterns and creates private bus routes to serve demand will be tested in Boston next month.
AT&T reached an agreement to bring its wireless voice and data service to as many as 242 additional New York City subway stations.
MTA police are looking for a suspect in connection with a scheme to steal credit card and ATM numbers at a Long Island Rail Road station.
Metro Vancouver transit police are introducing a mobile app to make it easier for passengers to report incidents of sexual intimidation on TransLink.
A fantasy system map for the MBTA demonstrates the power of social media to encourage civic engagement.