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Washington county launches 4-month paratransit pilot

Accessibility| March 11, 2013
The Beyond the Borders Connector offers eligible riders transportation to work, medical or social services appointments; the grocery store and other destinations at no cost to the rider.

NYCT launching signal priority pilot

Bus| September 25, 2012
System will hold traffic signals green, allowing bus customers to shave time off of their commutes and improving bus on-time performance.
Rail| September 14, 2012

Cubic completes Edmonton pilot project

The pilot took place at the Churchill light-rail transit station and involved the CLEAR-USE radiological and explosives detection system developed by Cubic Security Systems and prime contractor Mobile Detect Inc. of Ontario.
Rail| July 16, 2012

PATCO, Cubic expand contactless payment pilot

Now, riders will be able to use American Express contactless payment cards, as well as cards from other major payment networks, to make secure transit payments at PATCO.
Rail| June 6, 2012

NCTD launches e-ticketing pilot

The new technology, developed with CooCoo Inc., a Huntington, N.Y.-based transit technology company, allows customers to use a credit or debit card to purchase a Coaster train ticket from a computer, smart phone or tablet. The Coaster commuter train runs between Oceanside and San Diego seven days a week with a weekday ridership of about 5,600.
Bus| August 8, 2011

6 transits to participate in FTA asset management pilot

The program encourages urban, suburban and rural transit agencies to find new, cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems — everything from railroad tracks and train stations to bus facilities and electrical equipment, resulting in improved system safety and reliability.
Bus| March 3, 2011

TriMet: Pilot of New Pedestrian Safety Feature

In March, TriMet began testing a system that makes automatic announcements when a bus is turning. Ten buses have been equipped with the external audible warning system. When the operator turns the steering wheel to enter a turn, an external announcement is triggered, announcing “Pedestrians, bus is turning.” The announcement will be made in both English and Spanish.

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