A federal lawsuit alleges that the BART Watch safety-related mobile application violates the privacy of thousands of passengers.
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Uber has teamed up with the Transit mobile app to show real-time transit info to ride-hailing passengers traveling to a transit stop.
The Canadian town of Innisfil has contracted with Uber to provide subsidized transportation services for its 36,000 residents.
One of the digital advertising screens in Union Station in Washington, D.C., started playing pornographic videos on Monday evening.
The Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority will team with Lyft to provide connections to fixed-route bus service in parts of southwest Montgomery County.
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The City of Laguna Beach will test a partnership with Uber to provide transportation for seniors and people with disabilities.
Mobile application developer Citymapper unveiled a fixed-route circulator for a two-day trial run in downtown London.
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Nassau Inter-County Express (NY) launched a mobile application to help blind and visually impaired riders navigate the crowded Rosa Parks Transit Center.