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Edmonton Transit System (AB) has installed live location technology on all 928 buses and named a favored mobile application.
USDOT launched the National Transit Map, which compiles GTFS information about fixed-guideway and fixed-route U.S. transit service in a single database.
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: MBTA updates performance dashboard, RideScout app will soon be obsolete, and Transit App introduces a new look for its maps.
ICYMI: Trulia maps transit access, Albuquerque uses virtual reality at BRT meetings, and WMATA adds grace period for riders who change their mind.
Public transportation operators in greater Portland (ME) will release the Southern Maine Transit Tracker, a web-based trip-tracking system, next week.
A new interactive online tool aggregates information from more than 800 transit agencies to help people understand the benefits of public transportation.
US DOT has launched an initiative to create a National Transit Map to display stops, routes, and schedules for all participating transit agencies.
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