Starting next week, Austin-based Capital Metro will pilot an on-demand service called Pickup developed in partnership with Via.
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Travelers flying into Philadelphia International Airport now have the option to purchase tickets for SEPTA’s Airport Line on a mobile device.
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (OH) decided to extend its mobile ticketing application for at least three years.
The Transit mobile application is rolling out a crowdsourcing feature to predict vehicle arrivals in the Canadian cities of Montreal and Victoria.
King County Metro Transit (WA) is launching the Transit GO Ticket mobile application, which is good for transit services across the Puget Sound region.
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.
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.
Transport for NSW has launched a mobile app to allow Sydney public transportation customers to report incidents and provide feedback on service.
The Perkins School for the Blindl received a grant from Google to develop a mobile app that helps users locate bus stops.
Keolis is equipping conductors on MBTA commuter rail services with 400 specially modified iPhones to improve their access to real-time service information.