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Masabi, Keolis, FAMOCO unveil low-cost mobile ticket validator

Technology| October 31, 2017

The validator delivers fast and reliable scanning of 2D barcode tickets displayed on a smartphone screen, along with smartcard and EMV-based contactless cards.

Calif.'s Omnitrans introduces Token Transit mobile fare payment app

Bus| August 21, 2017

The transit agency expects that as customers switch from traditional paper passes to mobile fares, it will be able to save on printing and outlet distribution costs. 

Technology| May 18, 2017

Samsung mobile payment accepted on London transport

The new payment app, Samsung Pay, which can be downloaded from the Samsung Galaxy Apps store, supports MasterCard and Visa credit and debit cards from major UK financial institutions.

March 7, 2017

Untangling the jumbled path towards the ultimate connected city

Smartphone owners feel connected much of the time, for better or worse. But shouldn’t that be the goal for physical movement as well, to be literally that connected — with a transportation system that could take one anywhere at any time? That’s a big ask. But what’s exciting is how realistic the vision is for cities that dramatically alter outdated transportation planning.

Rail| February 14, 2017

Scientists use smartphones to measure train ride comfort

Information collected by the app would give railway companies instant feedback from passengers about their trains.

Motorcoach| June 16, 2016

Arrow Stage Lines launches new enhancements of revised website

New update delivers more imagery, stronger interactive elements, leadership bios and more information about the company.

Rail| June 8, 2016

Icomera to equip Amtrak with Wi-Fi

The first Task Order focuses on 20 trainsets on the popular high-speed Acela Express route, which runs from Washington, D.C. to Boston via Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.

Security and Safety | December 8, 2015

[Video] Wayfindr: Using smartphones to guide vision impaired people in subway

Wayfindr, a not-for-profit joint venture between ustwo and RLSB, will set the first standardized guidelines for using smartphones to guide vision impaired people in urban areas. The venture launches with major London Underground trial at Euston station and $1 million grant from Google.org to improve access for vision impaired people.

Security and Safety | December 8, 2015

Digital technology helps vision impaired navigate London subway

The Wayfindr uses beacon technology to guide vision impaired people through and around urban environments using their smartphones.

 

Rail| August 25, 2015

San Diego MTS offers free video-on-demand service on trolleys

First U.S. public transportation system offering mobile-based multi-channel VOD

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