News Tagged With: transit-app
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July 1, 2014

Keolis begins operating MBTA's commuter rail lines

Passengers will begin to see changes designed to improve their travel experience almost immediately, among them the launch of a staffed customer service center that will be open seven days a week to provide assistance to customers.


June 12, 2014

Transit app uses augmented reality to animate N.Y. subway

Tunnel Vision, the iOS app, enables users to see which stations are likely to be the most crowded and view where in the system their train theoretically is.


April 8, 2014

TransLink launching anti-harassment app

In the final stages of testing, the app will offer a menu of security features, including texting for help and summaries of crimes around particular stations. This is the transit police force’s top priority this year, as it struggles with numerous incidents of sexual harassment.


January 15, 2014

TriMet rail sells more than 500K mobile tickets

The free TriMet Tickets app has been downloaded more than 60,000 times since the agency launched it in early September. The app allows riders to buy fares on their smartphones.


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.


July 2, 2013

Calif.’s NCTD to launch mobile ticketing app

Passengers can use the app to purchase same-day tickets and tickets for future dates for its COASTER commuter rail service. The Android version will be available for download beginning July 15 with the iPhone release following soon after.


June 17, 2013

U. of North Ala. boosts fees to pay for bus app

The fee, which will go from $22 to $24, will go toward equipping buses with GPS so students can access route data via their smartphones, as well as help pay for maintenance and drivers.


June 6, 2013

Crowdsourced transit app Moovit hits 1 million users

By riding with the application open, users contribute real-time speed and location data about their trip. Users can also send overcrowding, cleanliness and rankings reports.


November 21, 2012

Rail ticketing app a hit with MBTA riders

Commuters have downloaded the transit system’s new mobile ticketing app 6,000 times in the three days after it was launched.


July 11, 2012

N.Y. Metro North to test smart phone ticket app

The time and date stamped electronic ticket shows up on the purchaser's phone screen as a secure image that a conductor can validate visually. The electronic ticket also shows as a bar code that can be scanned by a conductor's hand held device to verify that the barcode is valid.


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