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August 12, 2014

N.Y. wayfinding maps help subway users orient themselves

New maps throughout the city make it easier for customers to learn what a neighborhood has to offer as they step out of a subway station.


August 16, 2012

Chicago RTA funds $16M in city projects

The projects, funded through the use of a two-year RTA Innovation Coordination and Enhancement program budget, will be implemented by the Chicago Transit Authority, Metra and Pace to advance the vision and goals of the RTA’s regional priorities initiative of Enhancing the Customer Experience.


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