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ICYMI: MIT and Uber to study urban mobility trends, Anchorage develops trip planner, and NYC pols support Brooklyn-Manhattan gondola.
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 U.S. Department of Transportation awarded nearly $65 million in grants to support advanced technology transportation projects across the country.
A Finnish company is rolling out Whim, a mobile application that enables users to seamlessly plan and pay for a multimodal trip.
ICYMI: Sacramento launches security app, commission says Sound Transit didn’t break law by sharing email addresses, and Transit app introduces new features.
The MBTA has selected Transit App as its featured mobile application after a selection process that began in July.
ICYMI: HART and PSTA launch Flamingo Fares mobile ticket, winners are announced for Mexico City mobile app competition, and Swiftly welcomes a team member.
ICYMI: NYC subway riders ID hot cars via Twitter, Swiftly launches Android version, and researchers urge Ontario officials to embrace shared-use mobility.