Monday, May 17, 2021

MTA issues special MetroCards from artist Barbara Kruger

The MTA issued 50,000 limited-edition MetroCards that display provocative questions from artist Barbara Kruger in her distinctive lettering style. The post MTA issues special MetroCards...

Phoenix teams up with Lyft for first- and last-mile services

The City of Phoenix (AZ) has teamed up with Lyft to provide discounted rides to bus stops in parts of the city. The post Phoenix...

SEPTA finds glitch on bus card readers

SEPTA is working to address a glitch that leads to failures on Key card readers on buses. The post SEPTA finds glitch on...

MTA tests contactless payment

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (NY) is testing a contactless payment option for commuter rail riders who are transferring to the subway. Long Island Rail Road...

UTA launches mobile payment app

Utah Transit Authority riders can now skip the ticket line and use their smart phones to buy their fares.The UTA GoRide mobile ticketing application enables customers...

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How has President Biden done on transportation in his first 100 days?

President Biden has gotten a lot of attention for his (good) infrastructure plan and overall approach to transportation. But after 100 days in office,...