Some stories you may have missed last week: Amtrak pilots enhanced WiFi at stations, Taiwan tests a hybrid ferry, and Boulder considers a gondola.
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Transit riders in Pittsburgh and Miami will soon have free WiFi.
Arrival predictions for San Francisco Muni buses and trains were inaccurate at the start of the year as the agency scrambled to address a technical issue.
ICYMI: MTA WiFi and cell coverage is ahead of schedule, SFMTA receives USDOT grant for safer systems, and TTC calls online store a success.
The Utah Transit Authority will be investing nearly $10 million in technology to improve the customer experience next year.
Cellular service is now available in a 1.1-mile underground tunnel segment of the WMATA Metrorail system.
A partnership between Chicago Transit Authority and Chicago Public Library enables transit passengers to use CTA’s 4G network to download digital content.
ICYMI: San Diego unveils tech-equipped BRT stations, Columbus to equip entire fleet with WiFi, and Houston to test a battery-electric bus.
Transport for London (UK) will track WiFi requests from customer mobile devices to better understand how riders travel through the underground Tube system.
WMATA will test armbands equipped with technology to warn track workers when a train is approaching.