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June 15 is national Dump the Pump Day and here are a few ways transit operators are encouraging people to try transit and thanking existing riders.
An energy drink company handed out sample bottles embedded with a chip good for a free ride on the Transport for London Underground.
ICYMI: SEPTA Key card has an anniversary, Caltrain customers weigh in on preferred design for new trains, and map shows median rent at MBTA stations.
The Société de transport de Laval (QC) is launching a pilot project to accept credit card payments for single fares on board selected buses.
San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (CA) and North County Transit District (CA) launched Compass Cloud, a mobile payment system.
Some stories you may have missed last week: SEPTA launches travel wallet, moovel creates MobilityX accelerator, and Jacksonville hosts autonomous car demo.
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.
Dutch transit customers and advocates reacted angrily to the news that the company managing the country’s smart cards made millions in profits.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority is making the transition from the early adopters phase of its smart card roll-out. Starting on February 9, SEPTA made the Key Card more widely available, starting at the 69th Street Transportation Center. “The SEPTA Key is making travel more convenient for our riders, as reloadable cards are replacing outdated fare […]