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Caltrain launching pilot program to speed boarding process

Rail| April 12, 2018

Titled “Bikes Board First,” the project aims to do exactly that; allow bicyclists to board bike cars first at the Mountain View, Palo Alto, and Redwood City stations.

Winnipeg Transit exploring Wi-Fi on buses

Technology| September 21, 2017

If approved, the pilot project would provide free Wi-Fi to transit passengers on up to 12 buses, on various routes, throughout the 2018 calendar year.

Mobility| February 21, 2017

Calif.'s SMART, Lyft to pilot first/last mile partnership

The program allows customers to use a mobile application from a smartphone to hail a LyftLine driver to take themselves and other SMART riders, traveling in the same general direction, to and from work

Bus| December 28, 2016

[Video] Ride on the Broadway Bus Lane Pilot

During the week of December 5-9, 2016, the City of Everett and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority tested a bus-only lane on Broadway between Glendale Square and Sweetser Circle.

Mobility| December 6, 2016

First Transit to pilot autonomous vehicle passenger shuttle

The AV passenger shuttle will run a fixed-route stopping at designated stops within an office park. The pilot will begin with two vehicles — each with a customer service agent onboard for passenger questions and information.

Motorcoach| August 23, 2016

FMCSA seeks comment on military driver pilot project

The three-year pilot program would allow a limited number of individuals between the ages of 18 and 21 to operate commercial motor vehicles in interstate commerce while in military service .

Mobility| July 21, 2016

PSTA, Uber partner to offer disadvantaged residents free, on-demand rides

The $300,000 grant-funded pilot demonstration, awarded by the Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged, is aimed at helping low-income, unemployed residents overcome transportation barriers to employment.

Management & Operations| September 11, 2015

Wash.'s Spokane Transit testing 'smart bus' technology

The $4.9 million technology was funded in part with $2.2 million in federal congestion mitigation grants. By making bus riding more efficient, the STA hopes to attract additional riders and get more cars off the streets.

University| March 2, 2015

AC Transit testing double-deck on route to Stanford

Reports have so far been positive from riders on the 54-minute trip, which features views of San Jose and San Francisco. AC Transit is testing the $800,000 bus to see how customers like it

Management & Operations| January 6, 2015

San Francisco, Globe Sherpa team for mobile payment app

Users will be able to store a debit or credit card or use PayPal to purchase tickets anytime and anywhere. GlobeSherpa also will provide SFMTA Transit Fare Inspectors with a new enforcement application to verify mobile fares using a separate hand-held mobile device.

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