Topic : mobile apps

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Tech platform connects coach operators to group travel customers

Technology| January 21, 2020

CharterUP's app allows operators to send quotes out to customers faster, and also supervise and manage their fleet from any location.

DART licenses GoPass mobile app to Trinity Metro

Mobility| January 16, 2020

The app is an all-in-one travel tool that gives customers real-time travel information, mobile ticketing and on-demand services.

Mobility| January 13, 2020

Ridesharing links can boost transit use in the suburbs

Two-thirds of people who took advantage of inexpensive rideshare trips in a pilot project used them to travel to or near bus stops.

Technology| January 13, 2020

Caltrain adds daily parking to mobile ticketing app

It is the first feature of its kind in the Bay Area and was one of the most requested updates by Caltrain Mobile users.

Mobility| January 8, 2020

Worcester Regional Transit lands grant for microtransit service

The project with Via will be the first public-private transit partnership in the Central Massachusetts region that will introduce on-demand transportation.

Technology| January 6, 2020

RTC of Southern Nevada debuts multimodal payment to Transit app

Riders can enter their payment info just once to buy multimodal tickets from growing family of operators and fare payment providers.

December 19, 2019

How to transform riders’ hectic holiday travels into a MaaS-terful experience

The transit agency has the opportunity to play a part in stitching together otherwise fragmented discrete legs of the trip into a seamless journey experience.

Technology| November 26, 2019

Swiftly, Transit partner to enhance real-time passenger information

Enables agencies to enhance the passenger experience quickly and inexpensively without having to install costly new hardware onboard.

Mobility| November 25, 2019

Via, UTA partner for on-demand pilot

The project is intended to further enhance connectivity to UTA’s TRAX light rail and FrontRunner commuter lines.

Mobility| November 21, 2019

Ride-share co. Juno shuttered, parent partners with Lyft

Gett serves over 15,000 companies, including one-third of the Fortune 500.

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