Google Maps is asking its community of Local Guides to contribute information about accessibility features of local establishments.
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Chariot, the crowd-sourced shuttle service acquired by Ford last year, is entering the crowded New York City transportation market.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority will test Bluetooth beacon technology to make it easier for visually impaired riders to locate bus stops.
The University of Washington recently launched AccessMap — an online planner that identifies accessible or pedestrian-friendly routes in Seattle.
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.
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