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Caltrain (CA) is using its social media platforms to remind customers that courtesy counts.
The US Department of Transportation wants to hear how transportation has affected your life.
A couple of MBTA riders have launched a website that generates creative excuses for service delays.
ICYMI: NYC subway riders ID hot cars via Twitter, Swiftly launches Android version, and researchers urge Ontario officials to embrace shared-use mobility.
A Philadelphia tourist got her family’s passports back after SEPTA Transit Police tweeted out an amnesty offer to the suspected thief.
WMATA will assign four employees to its customer call center to respond to rider concerns via Twitter.
Transport for London and Twitter have teamed up to test a service that automatically notifies customers of major delays on key services.
ICYMI: NYC eases arrests for swipe-begging, naming contest for transit K-9 is derailed, and photographer shoots portraits of Amtrak riders.
A pro-ISIS Twitter account published personal information about NJ TRANSIT Police officers and encouraged supporters to carry out “lone wolf” attacks.