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U.S. DOT names safety visualization challenge finalists

Technology| April 9, 2019

Seeks innovative analytical visualization tools that can improve safety on the nation’s road and rail systems.

MBTA launches licensing pilot for micromobility devices

Mobility| April 2, 2019

The pilot seeks to encourage and expand mobility options that help people get where they need to go.

Mobility| March 19, 2019

3 cities, Passport partner on solution for shared scooter use

With the solution, Charlotte, Detroit, and Omaha can maintain visibility and control over scooter deployments and better manage their curbs.

Mobility| March 13, 2019

Siemens forms new Digital Lab for ITS in Austin

The lab will monitor, collect, and analyze data to further study and develop important digital urban mobility technologies.

Technology| May 7, 2018

4 Ways Transit Agencies Can Amp Up Asset Management

Benefits include the prospect of ensuring quality, safety, and efficiency of their service through more confidence in budget projections, more formalized data collection, and efficient reporting procedures.

July 19, 2017

Reimagining the Public Transportation Rider Experience for the Digital Age

Transit systems move millions of people each day, getting us to where we need to go, influencing our moods, and shaping our collective stories. But, faced with fluctuating ridership, uncertain budgets, and the sky-high expectations of a digital savvy customer — open app, get car — how can centuries-old transit systems keep up?

Mobility| November 7, 2016

Campus' on-demand transit system 'mashes up' Uber, fixed-route, light rail

Passengers could be trying out the new "hub-and-shuttle" system on the University of Michigan's North Campus as soon as summer 2017.

Rail| December 18, 2012

D.C. Metro sees increase in ridership

New data shows that 37.5% of D.C. residents use public transit to get to work, compared to 33.2% in 1999.
Accessibility| September 4, 2012

Telematics system

Prevost Liaison 2.0 offers more reliable communications, efficient data transfer, advanced features and an easier to use interface. The system now uses a cellular network to improve signal reliability and provide wider coverage.
Bus| September 15, 2011

DriveCam to equip NJ Transit buses for $2.7M

Will install hardware on 968 cruiser buses and provide managed services, including daily data reviews. The vendor also archives data and provides camera system diagnostics. Will likely complete installation next year.
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