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September 17, 2014

Mobile app replaces subway ads with art

Once the app is running, simply pointing your device at any of the 100 most widely circulating subway platform advertisements will cause the device to overlay curated digital art content, creating an augmented experience that blocks unwanted advertising.


November 26, 2013

Transportation aggregating app launches in D.C.

RideScout is a free mobile app that connects users to public, private and social modes of transportation.


September 24, 2013

Prevost unveils lifecycle cost app

Users can utilize simple slide controls to input information about fixed costs such as monthly payments, insurance, taxes and others, as well as variable costs such as fuel costs, fuel economy, maintenance costs and mileage used.


December 4, 2012

Prevost introduces tools mobile app

The app is available in English, French and Spanish versions. Mobile device users can download the app for free at Apple’s App Store for iOS devices or Google Play for Android devices.


November 14, 2011

Go Transit launches mobile trip planning app

In collaboration with Ryerson University, GO Transit developed the app which is now available on BlackBerry, iPhone and Android devices. The GO Mobile app allows users to view and bookmark GO schedules, see Union Station departure information and set arrival alerts. Text-to-speech functionality allows devices to read departure information aloud to users. The app is available in both English and French.


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