ABQ RIDE is looking to model its plan after the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority’s HealthLine, which is sponsored through a hospital partnership. Construction on...
The service, which costs $6 a ride, asks riders to download the Leap app, creating an account, uploading a photo and adding a credit card that enables them to pay via a QR code.
Agencies ordering the company's products, which are now in at least half of all new U.S. and Canadian transit buses, include L.A. Metro, Chicago Transit Authority and New York City...
Leap Transit launched a new luxury bus service from the Marina District to downtown, which features cushy seats, on-site support, Wi-Fi and healthy snacks.
The contract includes a firm order for 35 XN40 and 20 XN60 Xcelsior buses, with an option for another 150 XN40 and 100 XN60 over the next five years. All buses are to be powered by...
In his resignation letter, David Armijo said his “goal of providing safe, reliable and sustainable transit service in the East Bay has been accomplished.” Armijo’s resignation is effective immediately.
The study found that lower-wage workers often endure the most brutal commutes, and the findings suggest a need for workplace policies that help to balance work and family life, in addition to better investment in our mass transit system.
Michael D. Griffus is the former chief executive of Keolis Transit America, a Los Angeles-based company that manages transit and rail operations across North America, while Susan Dreier is currently serving as chief operating officer at Ore.’s Salem-Keizer Transit.
The new modules will allow MST’s employees to access various functionalities over the Web, including bidding on work and vacation choices, and make it easier for the agency to establish run times, produce detailed itineraries with accurate distance calculations and automatically format schedules suitable for posting at each stop.
Apollo Video Technology has worked with several agencies through their IP implementations, refining a solution that maximizes all of the benefits of IP technology, and learning a few lessons along the way. C-Train is one agency who recently put this technology to the test.
The base fare for subways and buses went up by 25 cents to $2.75. The price of a 30-day MetroCard jumped by $4.50 to $116.50. The cost of riding the Long Island Rail Road and the Metro-North Railroad both went up about 4%.
Currently seeking beta testers, the app integrates real-time information from Metro, Foothill Transit, and Long Beach Transit, plus driving info, using Google Maps.
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