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ICYMI: Ventra App debuts in Chicago, Sprint sponsors CTA holiday train, and UK hopes hackathon will generate ideas to improve railway service.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency launched the MuniMobile app, which enables customers to purchase Muni fares with their mobile devices.
The three Chicago-area transit operators are testing the forthcoming Ventra mobile app, which is the first step toward a universal fare payment system.
The Toronto Transit Commission (ON) launched TTCconnect, an app for customers to purchase a day or group pass with a mobile phone.
Google launched a carpooling program and mobile application called RideWith in Israel this month.
Mobile applications designed to improve transit access for passengers with disabilities were among the top prize winners at the MTA’s App Quest 3.0
RideScout and Bytemark teamed up to allow Capital Metro riders to purchase tickets via mobile app in time for the South by Southwest festival.
The Los Angeles DOT launched LA Mobile, a year-long demonstration project that enables riders to pay their fares with a smart phone on LADOT routes.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation launched a mobile ticketing application for the state’s BusPlus program for a six-week trial.