The City of Phoenix (AZ) has teamed up with Lyft to provide discounted rides to bus stops in parts of the city.
How technology can benefit fare collection and agency revenue
SEPTA is working to address a glitch that leads to failures on Key card readers on buses.
Exhibitors at the APTA Expo — including Masabi, Transit, Conduent, and Citilabs — have launched new apps to support transit fare payment and planning.
The MTA is testing an expansion of its eTix mobile payment app to enable commuter rail riders to enter subway stations with a tap of their smart phones.
Some stories you may have missed last week: DART launches safety and security app, UTA has a Facebook moment, and Transit app closes funding round.
The Utah Transit Authority launched a mobile payment application that allows customers to purchase bus and light-rail tickets with a smart phone.
Chicago will become the first U.S. city to offer a municipal identification card that can also be used to pay transit fares and check out library books.
ICYMI: TfL launches mobile ticketing app, LA Metro announces student contest to name tunnel boring machines, and Uber partners with Sound Transit.
It’s all about the apps this week, with mobile rollouts in Sonoma and Marin Counties, Toronto, Washington, New York City, Oneonta, and Tompkins County.
ICYMI: Omnitrans launches mobile payment app, Subway Therapy sends messages to Charlottesville, and Miami-Dade County teams up with Zipcar.