Caltrain (CA) is using its social media platforms to remind customers that courtesy counts.
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The US Department of Transportation wants to hear how transportation has affected your life.
Facebook Messenger users can now order and pay for an Uber ride without leaving the application.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (CA) announced the winners of its Hack My Ride 2.0 app challenge.
Some stories you may have missed last week: Bay Area arts students redesign Clipper card, UK rail operators go social, and streetcars travel off-wire.
Sacramento’s two professional sports teams have launched a social media campaign to encourage the Sacramento Regional Transit District to improve service.
Continuing its series on transit and technology, Government Technology looks at how social media enables transit agencies to connect with riders.
ICYMI: Some bumps in the road for Pittsburgh real-time info, social media mishaps in Florida and California, and updates to LIRR mobile app.
A grassroots group called Delayed on NJ Transit, which started on Twitter, is conducting its own online rider satisfaction survey.
Metro Magazine asked executives at several U.S. transit properties how social media is making an impact at their agencies. Here are some excerpts.