Chicago transit’s Ventra rollout hit with glitches

Chicago Transit Authority’s (CTA) student Ventra fare cards are displaying $0 balances after money was loaded onto the cards online. The agency is fixing glitches as they hear about them. Ventra is scheduled to replace the current CTA and Pace fare-collection systems by 2014.

3-D printed ring works like smartcard on MBTA system

The Sesame Ring, designed by two MIT students, is currently part of a Kickstarter campaign.

Wash.-based transit testing 'MiFi' on buses

The free mobile Internet system from Verizon Wireless will be available on two buses until early September.

TriMet adds $2.1M in bus service upgrades

Made adjustments to the schedules, routes and/or stops of 11 bus lines. The changes, including the addition of a bus line, will help relieve overcrowding and improve schedule reliability.

First Transit extended in Conn.

The contract with Estuary Transit District will be for three years with two one-year options.

See why 'Ralph Kramden' is going to BusCon

Don't forget to register for the show, which will be held Sept. 9 to 11 at Chicago's Navy Pier.

Lancer named to Top 50 companies list

The companies selected for the honor represent slightly over 1% of all companies analyzed by the Ward Group.

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