The Transit Wire is taking year-end break. Here’s a look at some of the trends in transit technology for 2016.
Tag Archives | applications
The Transit mobile application is rolling out a crowdsourcing feature to predict vehicle arrivals in the Canadian cities of Montreal and Victoria.
The NTSB is asking technology and delivery companies to add 200,000 grade crossings into digital maps.
Here are some tools to make travel easier: A software development kit from Masabi, mobile ticketing in Reno, and a website for last-minute intercity travel.
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.
Some stories you may have missed: Las Vegas introduces mobile payment app and Metrolink-Lyft partnership tackles first- and last-mile connections in LA.
Virgin Trains (UK) launched a mobile application that helps customers navigate the in-station environment.
Some stories you may have missed: LA Metro expands underground cell service, RideAustin adds safety features, and study examines Georgetown gondola.
Metro Transit (MN) launched a mobile app that enables customers to pay bus and train fares with a smart phone.
ICYMI: SFMTA works with BART to extend subway cell service, Planetizen names top planning websites, and HART teams with Tesla for ride-hailing service.