This week, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (CA) tested a passenger screening system designed to detect guns and explosives.
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SEPTA launched a mobile application that enables riders to discreetly report safety or security issues to transit police.
Arlington (TX) is testing two automated shuttles to provide connections between local sports stadiums and parking lots.
SF BART is sitting on nearly 40,000 prepaid Clipper Cards after plans to sell the smart cards during the Warriors NBA victory celebration fell short.
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The MBTA cancelled a controversial plan to install hundreds of monopoles along commuter rail lines to improve WiFi service.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority is installing WiFi throughout its bus fleet following a successful pilot this spring.
Chariot, the crowd-sourced shuttle service acquired by Ford last year, is entering the crowded New York City transportation market.
The Charlotte Area Transit System launched a mobile payment app for light-rail services.
The Massachusetts Congressional delegation asked the FCC to review a proposal to construct hundreds of WiFi monopoles along the MBTA commuter rail system.