Topic : AT&T

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San Francisco's transit chief apologizes for NextBus issues

Management & Operations| January 24, 2017

Officials at the transit agency said the problem stemmed from AT&T shutting off its 2G wireless cellular network, which the NextBus system relies on to transmit data.

Miami-Dade tapped to host AT&T's first smart cities ops center

Management & Operations| January 11, 2017

In collaboration with its alliance member Hitachi, AT&T will be deploying public safety solutions, including remote monitoring and more efficient operations solutions for police and public safety officials and reliable data to help inform decision making around urban transportation planning.

Security and Safety | July 29, 2015

D.C. Metro working on deal with wireless carriers to end tunnel dead spots

The lack of cell phone coverage was exposed most recently after the Jan. 12 smoke incident at L’Enfant Plaza when passengers aboard Yellow Line train No. 302 struggled to connect to 911 as smoke filled the railcars just a few hundred feet south of the station platform.

Rail| February 5, 2015

Deal to bring wireless network to Chicago subway reached

T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint have collectively agreed to fund the entire upgrade related to the design and construction of a next-generation Distributed Antenna System capable of supporting the latest 4G wireless networks and mobile devices on the Chicago Transit Authority's system.

Management & Operations| November 13, 2014

N.Y. MTA, AT&T launch app development challenge

To increase transparency and to give developers new forms of data to work with, the MTA is releasing four new sets of raw data. App developers will be able to use the new data and merge it with existing data to create apps that have never been seen before.
Accessibility| September 24, 2013

N.Y. MTA unveils winners of transit app competition

Top apps selected use innovation and real-time data to improve transit guides, connect riders with subway artists and aid blind and visually impaired.
Management & Operations| August 28, 2013

N.Y. MTA releases 49 transit apps, allows riders to pick faves

Participants are competing for $40,000 in prize money to support the development of the apps that best help riders access the MTA’s subway, railroads, buses, bridges and tunnels.
Bus| May 30, 2013

Albuquerque adds real-time phone updates

Commuters are able to send a text to a short code and receive the latest information on when the next bus will depart or possible delays incurred along certain routes.
Rail| August 18, 2009

D.C. Metro installing wireless service in rail stations

Verizon Wireless, Sprint Nextel, AT&T and T-Mobile will build, operate, maintain and own the new wireless network. The firms also will build a second wireless network, which Metro will use for public safety and operational communications.
Rail| June 11, 2009

AT&T to offer wireless in CTA subways

Installation and testing of AT&T's base equipment - comprised of amplifiers, transmitters and receivers - within the subway will take place over the next several months.

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