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Exhibitors at the APTA Expo — including Masabi, Transit, Conduent, and Citilabs — have launched new apps to support transit fare payment and planning.
Transit mobile application Citymapper is teaming with Gett, the UK’s black cab booking app, to launch a fixed route shared-taxi service in London.
Transport for London is using WiFi connection data collected from customers in a four-week pilot last year to better understand travel patterns.
It’s all about the apps this week, with mobile rollouts in Sonoma and Marin Counties, Toronto, Washington, New York City, Oneonta, and Tompkins County.
Some stories you may have missed last week: VIA launches mobile payment app, MTA kicks off Genius Transit Challenge, and MBTA reviews WiFi upgrade plan.
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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