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A mobile app that rewards users with a free Dusseldorf transit ticket in return for watching four 20-second ads has become a little too popular.
Metra (IL) will test real-time travel information digital screens at three of its downtown Chicago train stations and select suburban stations.
TransitScreen has teamed up with TouchTunes and Pernod Ricard USA to bring bus, rail, taxi, and ride-hailing info to jukeboxes in bars in 14 U.S. cities.
The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (GA) plans to upgrade the electronic signs and public address speakers at its rail stations.
The MBTA hopes to increase its revenues from digital advertising and has issued a RFP to find a new advertising partner.
The MTA has begun testing countdown clocks for lettered subway lines and will retrofit more than 100 buses with digital information screens.
The MBTA is installing bus countdown signs at Dudley Station, a bus terminal that serves some of the authority’s busiest routes.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (NY) will add 2,042 state-of-the-art buses to its fleet that will include WiFi hotspots and USB charging ports.
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