WMATA is trying to improve customer satisfaction with vehicle cleanliness by using air fresheners on selected trains.
How technology can benefit operations and maintenance
New York governor Cuomo launched the MTA Genius Transit Challenge to find innovative solutions to improving capacity and reliability on the NYC subway.
Mobile application developer Citymapper unveiled a fixed-route circulator for a two-day trial run in downtown London.
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The MTA will lease 10 all-electric buses from Proterra and New Flyer for a three-year pilot program to test the vehicles on the streets of New York City.
The MBTA is using a combination of traffic signal priority, stop consolidation, and software to speed up service on the Green Line light rail branches.
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.
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority is introducing buses that warn pedestrians and motorists when the bus is turning.
MARTA is providing real-time capacity info for 10 park-and-ride facilities after the collapse of a highway bridge encouraged many drivers to try transit.