The University of Washington recently launched AccessMap — an online planner that identifies accessible or pedestrian-friendly routes in Seattle.
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Scientists at the University of Birmingham (UK) have developed a mobile app that enables transit passengers to measure ride comfort with their smart phones.
The Transit Wire is taking year-end break. Here’s a look at some of the trends in transit technology for 2016.
The Transit mobile application is rolling out a crowdsourcing feature to predict vehicle arrivals in the Canadian cities of Montreal and Victoria.
The MBTA and Perkins School for the Blind launched BlindWays, a crowdsourced mobile app to make it easier for blind or low-vision riders to find bus stops.
The MBTA has selected Transit App as its featured mobile application after a selection process that began in July.
ICYMI: HART and PSTA launch Flamingo Fares mobile ticket, winners are announced for Mexico City mobile app competition, and Swiftly welcomes a team member.
The MBTA is selecting a preferred mobile app, and the four finalists — Moovit, Transit App, Moovel, an Swiftly — made their case at a public meeting.
ICYMI: WMATA riders offer service suggestions, TransLink to upgrade faregates for riders with disabilities, and LA Metro creates interactive budget tool.
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