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July 11, 2011

N.Y. MTA launches competition for best transit apps

MTA App Quest challenges tech developers to create software applications that increase access to information and improve the travel experience for customers of New York's public transit system. The winning app developer will receive $5,000. Smaller cash prizes will go to the developers of apps that are judged to do the most to help transit riders and deemed most popular by the public.


March 11, 2011

N.Y. coach co. Facebook promotion yields 200 entrants

Monsey Tours gave away a free iPod, using the popular social networking website. The contest ran from Jan. 15 to Feb. 28.


September 22, 2010

Bombardier announced 'YouRail' winners at InnoTrans

The YouRail jury consisted of the members of the senior management team of Bombardier Transportation and external industry experts. The value of the prizes awarded totaled approximately $13,000.


November 16, 2009

Bombardier holding contest for future interior designs

Participants in the competition are invited to submit their proposals for different categories over the Web, and Bombardier executives and external experts will select the winning design, awarding prizes worth $15,000 for the best entries.


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