Problems with cell phones coast to coast: TriMet riders have upgrade troubles and NYC-area transit agencies warn customers about exploding phone batteries.
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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.
TriMet Tickets now leverages RideTap, a software development kit from moovel, to enable users to connect with other nearby transportation options.
RideScout and GlobeSherpa have merged to become moovel North America, LLC.
BART’s fleet of the future will incorporate a series of upgrades to passenger information systems, including LED displays and color-coded destination signs.
Uber has been in the news a lot lately: The ride-hailing company is launching a bug bounty, buying autonomous cars (maybe), and suing an Indian rival.
Some stories you may have missed: Hyperloop considers central Europe, TransportationCamp returns to New England, and Swiftly app adds on-demand scooters.
Dallas Area Rapid Transit (TX) will begin installing surveillance cameras and facial-recognition software on its light-rail fleet this summer.
WMATA will provide third-party application developers with a new data feed that shows the real-time location of Metrorail trains across the system.