November 17, 2011
MTA Bus Time will enable bus riders to use smart phones, text messaging or their Web browser to learn how far the next bus is from their stop, saving them time and making bus travel easier. Users also can scan QR codes on bus stop signs to learn instantly when the next bus will arrive.
September 7, 2011
The authority convened the peer review panel earlier this year to examine the ridership and revenue forecasting process used by Cambridge Systematics to produce the estimates used in planning and environmental work.
December 15, 2009
Key areas for federal policy action, including climate impacts and adaptation research, transportation planning processes, and federal programs and funding.
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