If a person living in Logan Square, Chicago’s hip neighborhood in the city’s northwest, ever wants to travel to the Naperville suburb to visit family without taking a car, they’ve got a multi-stage trip. in front of her. of her. She could take the Chicago L Blue Line, which wouldRead More →

Councilors are back for another Halifax Regional Council meeting this Tuesday and it promises to produce at least a lively debate. Here are some of the things worth watching. Nova Center payments Center Nova is finally open to the public, several years behind schedule, but Halifax council has unfinished businessRead More →

Meow-Ludo Disco Gamma Meow-Meow with an Opal pass. He has a version of the pass implanted in his hand. Photo: Courtesy of Meow-Ludo Disco Gamma Meow-Meow Rummaging through your purse or pockets every time you step into public transport can be a hassle, so last year Australian biohacker Meow-Ludo DiscoRead More →

With just a few glitches, the glittering $26.5 million downtown transit hub opened on Monday. Morning rush hour passengers said the center was comfortable, easy to use and a big improvement over the previous focal point for most of IndyGo’s 31 routes – an open-air bus stop on Ohio StreetRead More →

In its first weekday commuter traffic test, IndyGo’s new transit center appeared to deliver, passengers and employees said Monday. IndyGo’s $27.4 million Julia M. Carson Transit Center, located at Washington and Delaware streets downtown, officially opened on Sunday, a day when attendance is traditionally low. Monday was therefore the firstRead More →

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Thousands of people use public transportation to get to Pittsburgh. Today, a local group wants to help passengers get to their destinations faster. READ MORE: After Pittsburgh-area school districts responded to threats, administrators wondered what they could do Pittsburghers for Public Transit has come to town toRead More →

Improved open data network transit application service for three cities By Amanda Ziadeh July 23, 2015 Three other cities now have real-time public transport information for their commuters, without having to develop or maintain the mobile apps themselves. All it took was improved open data and serious collaboration with civic-mindedRead More →

Transit app In a fit of perfect timing, I discovered Transit app almost immediately after arriving in Chicago, where I was completely unfamiliar with the city’s formidable public transit system (do that systems, plural). Before long, I was driving the CTA and Metra buses and trains everywhere with the easeRead More →