While ensuring passengers have access to real-time data is the new norm in transit, there are important safeguards that must be put into place to be sure that information is both accurate and being used effectively by the transit agencies themselves.
Valley Metro has navigated the ongoing workforce shortage, COVID-19 pandemic, and other issues during a time when it changed leadership. In March 2022, Jessica Mefford-Miller was named CEO of the agency and has now openly stated where she sees Valley Metro going from here.
Hear from experts at Icomera about their insights into innovation, and why it is so important to go beyond just appreciating innovative technologies and act for real change.
To date, the Administration has announced nearly $400 billion in IIJA funding, including over 40,000 specific projects and awards, across over 4,500 communities in all 50 states, D.C., the territories, and for Tribes.
METRO’s Executive Editor Alex Roman spoke to Spare CEO/Co-Founder Kristoffer Vik Hansen and Chad Ballentine, VP, demand response & innovative mobility, at Capital Metro about the new partnership and more.
METRO Executive Editor Alex Roman recently spoke to Net Payne, chief sales and marketing officer at March Networks, about the new platform, the importance of surveillance in transit, and how AI will continue to play a role in the industry’s future.
Indian-American artist and filmmaker Anula Shetty shares how her new augmented reality public art project came to life.
CMSs are making it possible to centrally control content, power, and emergency broadcast capabilities for virtually every type and size of digital screen from flight information displays and overhead banners to direct-view LED video walls and menu boards.