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INIT processes first virtual fare card via Android Pay

Technology| December 13, 2017

The ground-breaking development constitutes a history-making milestone for TriMet, moovel, the provider of the Hop Fastpass mobile app, and INIT Innovations in Transportation Inc.

Google Maps will soon tell you when to get off train, bus

Management & Operations| December 12, 2017

The planned update to Google Maps will give you live guidance and interactive real-time notifications during the user's journey on public transportation.

Technology| July 17, 2017

Google, TransLoc partner to provide smart public transit data management

Partnership allows transit agencies of all sizes to tap into big data and better understand community-based transit needs while increasing ridership.

Rail| May 10, 2017

San Diego MTS' rail unit adopts LiDAR tech to enhance track data

The new image-enhancing technology provides pinpoint accuracy of the agency’s 106 miles of track.

Management & Operations| April 25, 2017

Waymo begins offering rides in self-driving cars

Waymo, Google's self-driving car project, and Fiat Chrysler haved teamed up to offer rides to the public so that it can get feedback on the experience.

Management & Operations| October 20, 2016

Future for connected cars is promising, obstacles remain: study

Obstacles include privacy and security concerns, to a lack of infrastructure and the need for a legislative framework.

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.

Management & Operations| August 9, 2016

Chief tech officer for Google's self-driving car initiative resigns

Other senior engineers who have recently left the autonomous car initiative, include Jiajun Zhu, one of the founding members of the self-driving car team at Google, and Dave Ferguson, computer vision and machine learning lead for the initiative.

Government Issues| June 28, 2016

Secretive Alphabet unit aims to fix U.S. public transit

Sidewalk Labs, a secretive subsidiary of Alphabet (Google's parent co.), is initially offering its cloud software, called Flow, to Columbus, Ohio, the winner of a recent $50 million Smart City Challenge.

Accessibility| June 13, 2016

[Video] Perkins School for the Blind - Bus Stop Challenge

With help from a grant, Perkins School for the Blind is embarking on a groundbreaking project that will change the way people who are blind or visually impaired access public transportation. Audio-described version of video: Published on Apr 12, 2016


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