Austin officials have turned down a proposal for an eight-mile gondola in their city, saying the project was better suited for niche applications.
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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.
The transit operator in Singapore teamed up with NEC Corporation to test the use of artificial intelligence to predict and prevent bus accidents.
The Charlotte Area Transit System (NC) is developing a mobile payment application for the Lynx Blue Line.
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Uber has prohibited its employees from using a program called Greyball to identify and evade regulators.
Tower Transit Singapore is introducing a “signature scent” on 100 buses this month to make the commuting experience more pleasant.
Keolis, which operates MBTA commuter rail service, wants to install fare gates at the three stations in downtown Boston to combat fare evasion.
A pilot program between Kansas City Area Transportation Authority and Bridj generated low ridership but researchers will apply the lessons to new services.
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.