The Los Angeles Metro is participating in an 18-month demonstration project to test collision-avoidance technology for autonomous buses.
Stories about transit technology
Japanese researchers are testing a system to reduce deer strikes that blasts the sound of a dog barking to scare deer away from railroad tracks.
A year after the Metropolitan Transportation Authority completed its cellular and WiFi network in subway stations, customers are staying connected.
Berlin transit operator BVG teamed up with Adidas Originals to release limited-edition sneakers that incorporate a transit pass.
The Transit Wire is taking a holiday break so I can focus on finishing my forthcoming book, New England Neon.
The Maine legislature is considering a bill that would help clear the way for self-driving buses throughout the state.
UK mattress manufacturer Simba wants to roll out the Snoozeliner — a bus equipped with 14 sleeping pods for weary commuters.
VIA Metropolitan Transit (TX) and BiblioTech have teamed up to provide commuters with easy access to Bexar County’s digital library.
Some stories you may have missed last week: Elon Musk doesn’t like transit, Ventra cards get a new look, and Metrorail customers get more WiFi.
The TSA is working with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (CA) to test a system to detect suicide bombers on transit.