It’s all about the apps this week, with mobile rollouts in Sonoma and Marin Counties, Toronto, Washington, New York City, Oneonta, and Tompkins County.
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CTA is testing a program to send text alerts to customers when Cubs night baseball games can cause extra crowding during the evening commute.
SEPTA launched a mobile application that enables riders to discreetly report safety or security issues to transit police.
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority is introducing buses that warn pedestrians and motorists when the bus is turning.
Some stories you may have missed: MBTA unveils commuter rail weather alerts, BART may become a sanctuary transit system, and Arlington County nixes gondola.
WMATA, MTA Maryland, and Amtrak are getting ready for a crush of travelers to and from Washington, D.C., on January 20 for the presidential inauguration.
The Transit Wire is taking year-end break. Here’s a look at some of the trends in transit technology for 2016.
The NTSB is asking technology and delivery companies to add 200,000 grade crossings into digital maps.
WMATA will test armbands equipped with technology to warn track workers when a train is approaching.
Electronic signs at TfL stations will alert Londoners about dangerous levels of air pollution.