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How technology can benefit customer information
The Bay Area Rapid Transit (CA) Police Department is now sharing reports of Part 1 crimes with the website CrimeMapping.com.
One of the digital advertising screens in Union Station in Washington, D.C., started playing pornographic videos on Monday evening.
Mobile application developer Citymapper unveiled a fixed-route circulator for a two-day trial run in downtown London.
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Nassau Inter-County Express (NY) launched a mobile application to help blind and visually impaired riders navigate the crowded Rosa Parks Transit Center.
Miami-Dade County (FL) unveiled two interactive kiosks — the first of up to 300 — that will provide residents with transit information and free WiFi.
The Toronto Transit Commission (ON) is launching an etiquette campaign this week using real tweets from customers to encourage good behavior.
As Metrorail woes continue, WMATA has seen riders trying the bus again. A number of factors, including real-time technology, contributed to the change.
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.