When Southern Rail (UK) turned over its Twitter account to a 15-year old intern for an afternoon, the results were unexpected.
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Residents and board members have raised questions about the MBTA’s plan to improve WiFi service throughout its commuter rail system.
An energy drink company handed out sample bottles embedded with a chip good for a free ride on the Transport for London Underground.
One of the digital advertising screens in Union Station in Washington, D.C., started playing pornographic videos on Monday evening.
Miami-Dade County (FL) unveiled two interactive kiosks — the first of up to 300 — that will provide residents with transit information and free WiFi.
The Toronto Transit Commission (ON) is launching an etiquette campaign this week using real tweets from customers to encourage good behavior.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is launching real-time train arrival information on the On the Go kiosks in 42 subway stations across the city.
Some stories you may have missed last week: TriMet launches beta test for smart card and San Diego MTS to give away laptops in student contest.
Streetwear brand Supreme purchased ads on a limited number of MTA MetroCards, and collectors are snapping them up.
Some stories you may have missed: New Penn Station info boards go on the fritz, Marin rail teams with Lyft, and branded MetroCards are hot commodities.