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ICYMI: Antelope Valley plans all-electric bus fleet, Dusseldorf subway incorporates digital and interactive art, and Transit app adds bikeshare in Columbus.
Some stories you may have missed last week: Bay Area arts students redesign Clipper card, UK rail operators go social, and streetcars travel off-wire.
A team of designers wants to install LED lights underneath the Chicago Transit Authority’s (IL) elevated tracks along Wabash Avenue in Chicago’s Loop.
A group of artists plans to create a subway-responsive light sculpture along San Francisco’s Market Street by stringing LED lights above the Muni lines.
A new mobile app lets NYC subway riders point their mobile device at an ad on the platform and and view a piece of art on the screen instead.
Some stories you may have missed last week: WMATA moves its defibrillators, TriMet auditions electric buses, and a UK artist pixelates his subject.
Murder in Passing is a murder mystery playing on the video screens of Toronto subway platforms. A 30-second episode runs every 10 minutes on weekdays.
More federal agencies are likely to use Pinterest, thanks to a new agreement with GSA, but here’s how some transit agencies are already using the site.
Now that the MTA wants to sell advertising on the front of MetroCards, a New York City design firm saw an opportunity to create a collective puzzle.