The Central Ohio Transit Authority is looking at autonomous shuttles as part of its long-range plan, and the union representing bus drivers is concerned.
How technology can benefit operations and maintenance
A team from MIT won a transportation challenge sponsored by the Boston Public Schools to more efficiently route school buses.
About 15 people staff the joint control center for Amtrak and MTA Long Island Railroad’s 21 tracks at New York Pennsylvania Station.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority will provide more accurate real-time vehicle location information thanks to a technology upgrade.
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WMATA is trying to improve customer satisfaction with vehicle cleanliness by using air fresheners on selected trains.
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.