ICYMI: MTA introduces WiFi and USB ports on SBS routes, Lyft allows riders to donate to charity, and Uber stops testing self-driving cars after accident.
How technology can benefit fare collection and agency revenue
The North Carolina DOT and 11 transit operators teamed up to provide free local connections for Amtrak passengers traveling between Raleigh and Charlotte.
Bay Area Rapid Transit says its BART Perks program successfully created incentives to influence rider travel behavior.
The Charlotte Area Transit System (NC) is developing a mobile payment application for the Lynx Blue Line.
Some stories you may have missed last week: SEPTA launches travel wallet, moovel creates MobilityX accelerator, and Jacksonville hosts autonomous car demo.
Keolis, which operates MBTA commuter rail service, wants to install fare gates at the three stations in downtown Boston to combat fare evasion.
Some stories you may have missed last week: TriMet launches beta test for smart card and San Diego MTS to give away laptops in student contest.
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (OH) decided to extend its mobile ticketing application for at least three years.
Streetwear brand Supreme purchased ads on a limited number of MTA MetroCards, and collectors are snapping them up.
Some stories you may have missed: New Penn Station info boards go on the fritz, Marin rail teams with Lyft, and branded MetroCards are hot commodities.