IndyGo, 5 more agencies to receive mobility-on-demand innovation assistance

The Shared-Use Mobility Center, in partnership with the FTA, will provide resources to aid development of mobility-on-demand projects from around the country.

Beijing subway to use 'bio-recognition tech' to speed passenger flow

Facial recognition cameras would be able to detect people’s faces, potentially allowing them to bypass normal ticketing channels.

Alstom to supply 38 Citadis trams for German operator

Will also provide training, repair equipment and warranty services. The contract includes an option for 15 additional vehicles.

Bombardier JV wins Chinese airport automated peoplemover contract

Will deliver an Integrated System Package, including 18 cars, for an approximately 1.6-mile APM line

Calif. autonomous project wins tech award

Stantec has been testing SAVs in mixed traffic through the Bishop Ranch business park.

Feasibility study looks for multimodal options in Atlanta airport area

This fall the Aerotropolis CID and the VHB team plan to host an “Innovation Summit” highlighting cutting-edge mobility technologies.

'Overcrowding' to no longer be used as excuse for late NYC trains

As part of an overhaul of how information and train delays are collected and reported, officials will use the data to speed up slow trains.

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