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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.
Miami-Dade County (FL) unveiled two interactive kiosks — the first of up to 300 — that will provide residents with transit information and free WiFi.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority teamed up with mobile app Transit to help its customers get ready for a redesigned bus system on May 1.
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The University of Washington recently launched AccessMap — an online planner that identifies accessible or pedestrian-friendly routes in Seattle.
The NTSB is asking technology and delivery companies to add 200,000 grade crossings into digital maps.
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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.