Continuing its series on transit and technology, Government Technology looks at how social media enables transit agencies to connect with riders.
In case you missed it: New and improved mobile apps, more cell and WiFi connections for NYC subway riders, and Hyperloop sets up shop in downtown LA.
In Part Two of its series about transit technology, Government Technology looks at the benefits of mobile technology and, specifically, mobile ticketing.
Kicking off a five-part series on technology in transit, Government Technology looks at TriMet (OR).
After a successful trial, buses in Bristol (UK) will be equipped with a bicycle alert system.
CTA, Metra, and Pace officials demonstrated a preliminary version of a Ventra mobile ticketing app that lets riders pay their fares with a smart phone.
A start-up called Leap offers San Francisco commuters luxury bus service complete with WiFi, USB ports, (paid) refreshments, and non-traditional seating.
Mobile applications designed to improve transit access for passengers with disabilities were among the top prize winners at the MTA’s App Quest 3.0
SEPTA is testing a system that uses audible and visual warnings to alert distracted pedestrians when a bus is turning.
The Maryland Transit Administration uses data analytics to manage video surveillance throughout its service region.