The Chicago Transit Authority considers the Ventra fare payment system a success, but some social service agencies say the card is costly and cumbersome.
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The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (GA) plans to upgrade the electronic signs and public address speakers at its rail stations.
Sound Transit (WA) has begun phasing in cellular connections on the underground segments of its Link light rail service.
Mercedes-Benz is testing the semi-autonomous Future Bus, which uses cameras, radar, and GPS to traverse the city.
Sound Transit (WA) gave the email addresses of nearly 173,000 ORCA smart card holders to a campaign promoting a ballot measure seeking to expand light rail.
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Keolis, which runs MBTA commuter rail, will test smart glasses that enable field mechanics to communicate with technicians in the maintenance facility.
The MBTA hopes to increase its revenues from digital advertising and has issued a RFP to find a new advertising partner.