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Tech Trends: Mobility Conference Products

Technology| May 21, 2019

A look at some at some of the products and services on the show floor at this year's APTA Mobility Conference in Louisville.

TARC Turns to tech to become an integrated mobility solutions provider

Management & Operations| May 20, 2019

Customer amenities continue to set the agency apart and take it closer to its larger goal of becoming the mobility manager for the region.

Technology| May 15, 2019

Cubic to continue maintenance, tech support for LA Metro TAP system

The services contract is also linked to two recently awarded contracts for a mobile app and its operations, as well as infrastructure upgrade.

Mobility| May 6, 2019

DCTA approves $2.4M of on-call Mobility-as-a-Service contracts

A total of 37 firms responded to DCTA’s RFP and 31 were selected to become a part of the agency’s MaaS contract mode.

Mobility| May 2, 2019

Denver RTD, Uber, and Masabi launch 'Uber Transit' ticketing program

The collaboration aligns with the agency’s plan to provide more integrated mobility options.

Management & Operations| April 2, 2019

Lane Transit taps Delerrok for electronic fare system

The fare system is set to go into service as early as late summer 2019.

Technology| March 26, 2019

Apple Pay coming to New York, Portland, and Chicago

Specific details on how it will work or when each city will get Apple Pay support were not discussed.

Technology| March 25, 2019

If it was easier to pay for public transport, ridership would increase: Study

Complexity in payment is often at the root of many common commuter complaints.

Technology| February 25, 2019

Visa, partners bring contactless fare payment to worldwide transit operators

Rather than installing brand new turnstiles or hardware, transit operators can install the Visa SAM, which is based on secure EMV® contactless technology, directly into existing systems.

Rail| February 11, 2019

Caltrain joins regional pilot program for means-based fares

The program will allow low-income transit riders to qualify for a discount through the use of a Clipper card.

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