ICYMI: Cleveland adds location-triggered audio ads, BART starts installing digital cameras on trains, and WMATA shows off its CCTV control center.
Countdown clocks will be added at 350 NYC bus stops along with bus-only lanes and signal priority
Eight Washington state transit agencies are testing a safety system that alerts a bus driver when a pedestrian walks into the driver’s blind spot.
As transit agencies increasingly turn to synthetic voices for their automated announcements, The Guardian asks if cities are losing a bit of personality.
A self-driving vehicle called WEpod will be tested on the campus of Wageningen University in the Netherlands
BC Transit has ramped up online security after receiving a cyber threat in December.
USDOT hosts online chats on accessible transportation, CATS gets grant for ZipBus, Transpo Camp NE is coming, and MIT students win Hyperloop competition.
The City of Los Angeles is introducing the Go LA mobile app, an itinerary planner that integrates multimodal options for getting around the metro area.
A Southern Rail (UK) train driver became a Twitter sensation after keeping passengers entertained with an on-board quiz.
WiFi has begun popping up on select Metra (IL) trains as the agency prepares for an 11-train test.