Bicycle-sharing is associated with a decrease in bus ridership in New York City, according to a new research paper.
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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.
Miami-Dade County (FL) unveiled two interactive kiosks — the first of up to 300 — that will provide residents with transit information and free WiFi.
On-demand shuttle service Bridj shut down over the weekend, and observers are trying to explain the sudden closure.
The Toronto Transit Commission (ON) is launching an etiquette campaign this week using real tweets from customers to encourage good behavior.
On-demand bus service Bridj is shutting down after a funding deal fell through.
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.
The MBTA is using a combination of traffic signal priority, stop consolidation, and software to speed up service on the Green Line light rail branches.
The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (MO) is rolling out RideKC Freedom On-Demand, an app-based service focused on customers with disabilities.