The Central Ohio Transit Authority teamed up with mobile app Transit to help its customers get ready for a redesigned bus system on May 1.
The Société de transport de Laval (QC) is launching a pilot project to accept credit card payments for single fares on board selected buses.
Montgomery County Ride On is testing WiFi on four buses this spring, with a goal of extending free wireless service across its entire 365-vehicle fleet.
Some stories you may have missed last week: WiFi rollouts for WMATA and MAX Transit and more accurate bus arrival predictions for San Joaquin RTD.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is launching real-time train arrival information on the On the Go kiosks in 42 subway stations across the city.
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority is introducing buses that warn pedestrians and motorists when the bus is turning.
The MBTA is issuing a special commuter rail day pass for customers who want to take the train to watch the Boston Marathon.
MARTA is providing real-time capacity info for 10 park-and-ride facilities after the collapse of a highway bridge encouraged many drivers to try transit.
ICYMI: TransLoc releases free GTFS builder, Lyft teams up with National Federation of the Blind, and The Transit Wire gets fooled.
Researchers at the University of Utah have mounted air-quality monitors on two UTA light-rail vehicles to study airborne pollutants in the Salt Lake Valley.