The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency just released criteria to determine whether private transit routes complement or compete with Muni.
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Uber rolled out Express POOL, a shared-ride service that requires customers to walk a few blocks to a common pick-up point.
Some stories you may have missed last week: NSW cracks down on implanted Opal card and hyperloop explores DC options.
It’s all about Las Vegas. The RTC is using social media to promote a new service and is teaming with Lyft on a pilot program to provide paratransit rides.
Fort Worth transit and city officials are considering an elevated people mover to ease the city’s traffic congestion.
A program to provide free WiFi for Miami-Dade Transit customers has collapsed, according to Miami Today.
Caltrain (CA) will launch a mobile ticketing application on February 10.
TransLink (BC) is rolling out an option for access to SkyTrain stations for riders who cannot tap a Compass Card at fare gates because of a disability.
Some stories you may have missed: Feasibility study for Missouri hyperloop, real-time tracking for Maryland buses, and more security cameras for Sacramento.
Uber announced Cincinnati Mobility Lab, a three-year partnership between the ride-hailing company and a group of regional organizations, including SORTA.