Mobile application OneBusAway, which already features arrival times for MARTA buses and Georgia Tech shuttles, now includes arrival times for MARTA trains.
The Chicago Transit Authority (IL) is adding new features to the CTA Train Tracker electronic screens at rail stations.
New York’s MTA plans to integrate social media comments into its customer relations management system to better address rider concerns.
This week TriMet (OR) began testing the effectiveness of warning systems that alert pedestrians when the vehicle is turning.
FTA reportedly will block Long Beach Transit from using federal funds for 10 electric buses from BYD Motors unless the agency reopens the bidding process.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (CA) has begun to bring WiFi and cellular service to its subway system.
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CTA is inspecting the first of 300 new 40-foot clean diesel buses, which will have 10 security cameras and improved safety barriers to protect drivers.
The State of Utah just announced the availability of OnTime for Glass, which it calls a first-of-its-kind transit-tracking app for Google Glass.
A musician and “subway geek” wants to create new sound effects for the turnstiles in each of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s subway stations.