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Product Roundup: Electric Bus Solutions

Technology| April 2, 2019

Some of the latest battery-electric bus charging and software programs from INIT, ABB, Momentum Dynamics, and Optibus.

3 cities, Passport partner on solution for shared scooter use

Mobility| March 19, 2019

With the solution, Charlotte, Detroit, and Omaha can maintain visibility and control over scooter deployments and better manage their curbs.

Technology| February 26, 2019

Optibus adds intelligent route planning capabilities to software platform

The software system brings modern, cloud-native solutions to transportation agencies and operators around the world

Technology| February 22, 2019

Icomera's multimodal internet connectivity platform earns ITxPT label

The solution is built around open architecture principles, allowing for interoperability between different systems and devices.

Technology| December 13, 2018

Optibus lands $40M to accelerate growth of AI-based SaaS platform

The Series B funding will drive future product innovation and support expansion into new and existing markets.

Rail| November 28, 2018

GIRO wins 'Grand Prize' for rail innovation

Criteria were industry relevance, innovation, capacity for bringing improvement, and the ability to be applied in various contexts.

Mobility| November 18, 2018

Canadian town transforms fixed-route bus fleet to on-demand service

In September, the City of Belleville, Ontario started operating a new service, in partnership with Toronto-based technology company Pantonium.

Mobility| November 2, 2018

Calgary Transit taps Conduent to modernize ticket vending machines

The agency’s existing software will also be upgraded to Conduent’s ATLAS ticketing system, which will further enhance security.

Rail| September 26, 2018

Utah Transit Authority chooses rMetrix for ride quality monitoring

The system is designed for the individual inspector, as well as for organizations, large and small.

Rail| June 20, 2018

Beijing subway to use 'bio-recognition tech' to speed passenger flow

Facial recognition cameras would be able to detect people’s faces, potentially allowing them to bypass normal ticketing channels.

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