MARTINSBURG — At the Eastern Panhandle Transit Authority’s meeting on Monday, the board of directors, along with executive director Elaine Bartoldson, moved forward with plans for the EPTA transit center. At the September meeting, Nic Diehl, chairman of EPTA’s board of directors, said the organization was excited about the futureRead More →

FILE – MARTA CEO Jeffrey Parker speaks during a press conference at the Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. offices in downtown Atlanta, Friday, May 21, 2021. The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority said Parker had passed away. The agency said Parker took his own life on Friday, January 14, 2022, but providedRead More →

Rushing to the green, Houston-area transportation officials have a whiteboard filled with freeway and transit projects slated to begin in 2022, but rolling out all that bitumen means drivers will see a lot more. orange cones and construction areas, leaving some feeling blue. Construction spending by the Texas Department ofRead More →

Fabrice Moschetti, owner of Moschetti Coffee, and Thomas “Santa” Bilbo share a few laughs as the Christmas season heats up. (Photo provided / Sarah Moore) The Aca-word choir performed Sunday for the Grand Victorian Home Tour, a fundraiser for the Mad Hatter Festival attended by 412 supporters. (Rich Freedman /Read More →

Transit has been selected as the official mobility app of Solano County Transit (SolTrans), joining Alameda-Contra Costa Transit (AC Transit), Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), Golden Gate Transit, Tri Delta Transit and Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority (LAVTA) to provide a seamless all-in-one app experience for users in theRead More →

CANTON, Ohio – The Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) has announced it will close its Massillon transit hub and move to a new location for its bus interchange. SARTA has announced that the Massillon Transit Center on Erie Street will close permanently on December 17. All ticket and passRead More →

Alpharetta, Georgia – Zoox Smart Data (“Zoox”), a global technology solutions provider that leverages big data to build customer profiles from existing Wi-Fi networks, released its third round of Internet traffic results, demonstrating sustained growth online traffic connections following two successful quarters. Measured from July 1 to September 30, analyticsRead More →

Accompanied by the new Tulare County Regional Transit Authority (TCRTA), a 26,000 square foot building will house administration, a dispatch and operations center and personnel departments. The bays of the maintenance building house diesel and compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles and can park up to 25 buses. The TCRTA wasRead More →

The new state-of-the-art transit hub plans to “connect downtown riders to beaches in the region and beyond,” officials said. CLEARWATER, Fla .– The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) ‘s new Clearwater multimodal transit hub received support from dozens of local leaders at an event Thursday morning. The new state-of-the-art transitRead More →

New York, United States (Urban Transport News): Masabi, the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (RTA) and Transit today announced the addition of account-based ticketing (ABT) to RTA’s Tapp Pay contactless payment solution. The new system, which is powered by Masabi’s Justride platform, means Dayton passengers will no longer need toRead More →

Commuters who use the Northwest Transit Center in Harris County will have access to nearly double the number of parking spaces after authorities announced the opening of a new parking lot on December 1. (Courtesy of the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County) Commuters who use the Northwest Transit CenterRead More →

Plan. To pay. Track. It’s that simple with the new EZFare functionality in the Transit app rolled out on October 23 to serve Metro riders, Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) and Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA). The agencies have teamed up with Transit App, the leader in real-timeRead More →

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 →

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 →