Topic : real-time information

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Transit, Swiftly launch real-time info app for Miami-Dade

Technology| January 30, 2020

Features multimodal options, including Citi Bike, scooters from JUMP and Spin, as well as ridehail from Uber and Lyft. 

DART to debut first of 300 interactive digital kiosks

Technology| January 29, 2020

Are also equipped with high-resolution cameras, increasing the video-monitoring presence for the DART Police Department.

Technology| September 4, 2019

BART upgrades digital signage at stations

The features include a Fleet of the Future tracker and details about cancelled trains.

Management & Operations| December 11, 2018

WMATA add new features to alerts system, parking availability

Allows riders to customize alerts they receive by day and time, and allow multiple email addresses or phone numbers on one account.

Mobility| November 15, 2018

Private Sector Brings Experience to a Changing Transportation Model

With experience implementing and integrating different modes of transportation in Europe and beyond, contractors share lessons learned.

Rail| April 23, 2018

MBTA improves real-time information for subway service

Using more sophisticated data to generate better predictions, and train arrival times are now refreshed every six seconds.

Technology| March 19, 2018

Syncromatics, Enplug to showcase digital signage partnership at DSE 2018

Transit authorities around the country are installing digital displays on buses and in bus shelters to provide real-time information to passengers.

Security and Safety | July 27, 2017

Golden Gate Transit completes security camera installation on entire bus fleet

The project replaced aged and obsolete security camera systems on existing buses and standardized camera systems across the 177-bus fleet. Apollo Video Technology supplied the new systems.

Technology| July 17, 2017

Google, TransLoc partner to provide smart public transit data management

Partnership allows transit agencies of all sizes to tap into big data and better understand community-based transit needs while increasing ridership.

Motorcoach| December 17, 2015

Indian Trails, Michigan Flyer introduce free bus-tracking app

RideHop enables passengers to track — in real time — the progress of their scheduled motorcoaches along the routes to their bus stops. The app, which is available for Apple or Android smartphones, updates tracking data every three seconds, so that users can actually see the buses moving in real time.

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