Transit operators in two French cities are offering customers an integrated option to plan a trip and purchase a ticket through a single mobile app.
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Some stories you may have missed last week: Feds investigate Uber, Swiftly raises $2.5M, and Swiss railroad finds a sweet incentive.
The MBTA is using a combination of traffic signal priority, stop consolidation, and software to speed up service on the Green Line light rail branches.
Here are some tools to make travel easier: A software development kit from Masabi, mobile ticketing in Reno, and a website for last-minute intercity travel.
A ransomware attack hit the San Francisco Muni system over the weekend, knocking out the fare collection system for much of Saturday and Sunday.
Edmonton Transit System (AB) has installed live location technology on all 928 buses and named a favored mobile application.
WMATA hopes a combination of brighter signals and speed restrictions will keep Metrorail operators from running red lights.
Problems with cell phones coast to coast: TriMet riders have upgrade troubles and NYC-area transit agencies warn customers about exploding phone batteries.
Keolis, which runs MBTA commuter rail, will test smart glasses that enable field mechanics to communicate with technicians in the maintenance facility.
BART sponsors an AccessTech conference, Cedar Falls volunteers update MET Transit website, and hackathon focuses on Mexico City transportation options.