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February 27, 2014

Kansas City to introduce Wi-Fi on buses

Is conducting this pilot to determine the demand for Wi-Fi on buses and will also assess how well existing technology can meet the needs of riders.


October 31, 2013

Arkansas agency begins Wi-Fi pilot

CATA intends to include the provision of Wi-Fi services in a grant application being submitted to Metroplan later this year. The pilot will last through the month of November.


November 19, 2012

Mass. college, transit partner for expansion

Williams College is paying for the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority’s pilot expansion of weekday bus service. The project includes a pilot texting option that lets riders notify the bus company of their presence at one of the new "On Demand" bus stops.


January 9, 2011

Cubic to take part in Canadian security pilot

Cubic demonstrated a preproduction prototype of its Clear-Use molecularly imprinted polymer optical explosives and radiological detection system during the 2011 SecureTech public safety and security conference held in October.


May 27, 2010

Bombardier, Augsburg, Germany to conduct catenary-free pilot

Pilot project will enable Bombardier to demonstrate the technical capability and electromagnetic compatibility of the Primove solution in the urban environment.


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