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.
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Transport for London (UK) will track WiFi requests from customer mobile devices to better understand how riders travel through the underground Tube system.
Metro Transit (MN) launched a mobile app that enables customers to pay bus and train fares with a smart phone.
Miami-Dade Transit (FL) unveiled EASY Pay, a mobile application that will enable Metrorail and Metrobus riders to buy day passes with their smartphones.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority will subsidize trips on Uber and Lyft for customers with disabilities for a year-long pilot.
Carpooling application SPLT is teaming up with ride-hailing company Lyft to provide non-emergency medical transportation in underserved markets in Detroit.
A French transit operator is using Bluetooth low-energy beacons to provide real-time information for blind and visually impaired passengers.
Transit agencies continue to jump on the Pokémon GO bandwagon with enhanced safety messaging and promotional activities.
Transport for London and Twitter have teamed up to test a service that automatically notifies customers of major delays on key services.
It’s all about apps this week: New mobile applications were launched in Florida, Ohio, Kansas, and Illinois.