A program to provide free WiFi for Miami-Dade Transit customers has collapsed, according to Miami Today.
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A year after the Metropolitan Transportation Authority completed its cellular and WiFi network in subway stations, customers are staying connected.
UK mattress manufacturer Simba wants to roll out the Snoozeliner — a bus equipped with 14 sleeping pods for weary commuters.
Some stories you may have missed last week: Elon Musk doesn’t like transit, Ventra cards get a new look, and Metrorail customers get more WiFi.
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The advertising contractor for Miami-Dade Transit may abandon its bus-shelter program in face of competition from a company installing kiosks at bus stops.
The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey expanded WiFi across its Manhattan bus terminal and added mobile device-charging kiosks at 11 PATH stations.
Transport for London is using WiFi connection data collected from customers in a four-week pilot last year to better understand travel patterns.
SEPTA riders at Suburban Station now have access to high-speed WiFi, interactive kiosks with real-time transit updates, and updated wayfinding and maps.
The MBTA cancelled a controversial plan to install hundreds of monopoles along commuter rail lines to improve WiFi service.