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Greater New Haven Transit launches paratransit mobile app

Accessibility| July 24, 2018

The app, provided by technology partner Routematch, is designed for Apple and Android devices.

Apple, VW reportedly sign deal for driverless vehicles

Technology| May 25, 2018

The agreement is part of an internal Apple program called “Project Titan,” which started in 2015 as an effort to build an electric vehicle.

Security and Safety | March 5, 2018

Calif. police driving decoy bus to catch tech shuttle shooter

CHP officials believed the suspect has been shooting a BB gun from another vehicle, which has resulted in damaged windows and dented exteriors.

Motorcoach| January 23, 2018

Apple, Google employee shuttles rerouting after attacks

At least five Apple shuttles had their windows smashed with either rocks or a pellet gun while transporting employees on Highway 280.

Technology| September 15, 2017

Bus driver app provides safe, accessible vehicle route info

SmartBusRoute provides real-time routing and navigation while avoiding low bridges and roads that are inaccessible for buses.

Management & Operations| November 17, 2016

Las Vegas RTC, Masabi launch mobile ticketing app

By the end of the year, all RTC transit vehicles will also have an electronic reader to validate mobile passes.

Rail| October 4, 2016

N.Y. MTA adds Apple Pay, Masterpass options to mobile ticket app

Starting tomorrow morning, Metro-North Railroad and Long Island Rail Road customers will be able to use the digital wallet technology to purchase their tickets through MTA eTix.

Motorcoach| September 15, 2016

Bay Area 'tech' shuttle services growing, study says

During a three-year period (210-2014), the number of shuttle vehicles on Bay Area roadways jumped by more than 60 percent and ridership increased by 45 percent.

Motorcoach| November 25, 2015

Shuttle bus drivers for Silicon Valley firms win pay raises, benefits

The median income for a high-skilled worker in Silicon Valley is $119,000 a year, compared to $27,000 for low-skilled workers, according to a report from Joint Venture Silicon Valley, a regional think tank.

Management & Operations| September 15, 2015

Apple to unplug HopStop public transit mapping service

It's taken Apple until June of this year to get public transit directions up and running within its mapping service, but now that it has, it has all but rendered HopStop obsolete.

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