The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (OH) decided to extend its mobile ticketing application for at least three years.
Streetwear brand Supreme purchased ads on a limited number of MTA MetroCards, and collectors are snapping them up.
The University of Washington recently launched AccessMap — an online planner that identifies accessible or pedestrian-friendly routes in Seattle.
Some stories you may have missed: New Penn Station info boards go on the fritz, Marin rail teams with Lyft, and branded MetroCards are hot commodities.
A freight railroad asked Congress to fund the efforts of passenger railroads to implement positive train control.
Scientists at the University of Birmingham (UK) have developed a mobile app that enables transit passengers to measure ride comfort with their smart phones.
Dutch transit customers and advocates reacted angrily to the news that the company managing the country’s smart cards made millions in profits.
Here’s a sampling of transit-related sweet deals, promos, and events for Valentine’s Day.
Some stories you may have missed: MBTA unveils commuter rail weather alerts, BART may become a sanctuary transit system, and Arlington County nixes gondola.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority is making the transition from the early adopters phase of its smart card roll-out. Starting on February 9, SEPTA made the Key Card more widely available, starting at the 69th Street Transportation Center. “The SEPTA Key is making travel more convenient for our riders, as reloadable cards are replacing outdated fare […]