Topic : smartphone

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Conduent launches new mobile payment app for U.S. transit

Technology| October 5, 2017

To travel, riders need only tap their smartphone on any Conduent Seamless NFC tag.

Amtrak bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones

Rail| October 24, 2016

Faulty batteries on the phones that can overheat are blamed for fires around the world, prompting Samsung to issue recalls and stop production on the Note 7. The FAA has already banned the phones from all airlines.

Rail| August 17, 2016

MBTA rail workers to test 'bionic' eyeglasses

Field mechanics will use AR smart glasses so they can communicate with expert technicians in its main maintenance facility to speed up train repairs and reduce the disruptions they cause.

Bus| February 11, 2014

NICE, Masabi partner for mobile ticketing

Agency will become among the first U.S. bus transit system to offer smartphone ticketing to its customers, featuring smartphone payment apps for both iPhone and Android.
Rail| August 28, 2013

MBTA's ticketing app reaches $10M in sales, wins award

Allows riders to purchase and then display rail tickets on the smartphone’s screen as an encrypted barcode and as a human readable ticket.
Bus| June 11, 2013

RIPTA to introduce BRT, bus tracking

The R-Line is RIPTA’s first Rapid Bus Route scheduled to begin service in January of 2014.
Bus| February 4, 2013

App allows UGA students to locate buses

RouteShout's location system is still in the installation and testing phases, and will not be fully functional until after spring break.
Rail| November 14, 2012

MBTA launches rail ticketing app

Customers can now purchase and display rail tickets and passes using the MBTA mTicket app for iPhone and Android. The tickets are displayed on the phone’s screen as an encrypted barcode and as a human-readable ticket. Partnered with Masabi U.S. Ltd.
Bus| October 9, 2012

TriMet, DART to debut mobile ticketing in 2013

TriMet signed a contract with local software company GlobeSherpa to pilot the system for its buses, MAX light rail and WES Commuter Rail. DART's system will be developed by Unwire, a Danish company with extensive experience in mobile ticketing for transit agencies, for $1.5 million.
Bus| June 18, 2012

U. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Transit team for app

Officials at both the transit agency and university hope the app could boost ridership.

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