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The Utah Transit Authority will be investing nearly $10 million in technology to improve the customer experience next year.
ICYMI: San Diego unveils tech-equipped BRT stations, Columbus to equip entire fleet with WiFi, and Houston to test a battery-electric bus.
Transport for London (UK) will track WiFi requests from customer mobile devices to better understand how riders travel through the underground Tube system.
FCC Commissioner Michael O’Reilly is asking for more details about the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s WiFi pilot test.
The MTA and a major publisher launched a website called Subway Reads where riders can download a book excerpt to read during their trip.
WMATA launched free public WiFi at six Metrorail stations this week as part of a 45-day pilot program.
A French transit operator is using Bluetooth low-energy beacons to provide real-time information for blind and visually impaired passengers.
Transport for London officials are in preliminary talks with vendors to bring mobile coverage to the Tube network for customers, according to The Telegraph.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (NY) is quietly testing WiFi on subway cars, according to a report from NY1.