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NEW DELHI: Ukraine announced on Sunday it would hold talks with Russia on its border with Belarus, near the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, after a phone call between President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko . A statement from Zelenskyy said a delegation will meet with Russia for talks, withoutRead More →

Construction of the Maryland Purple Line is scheduled to resume after the Maryland Public Works Board approved $3.4 billion for the construction of the 16-mile rail line, which is intended to carry passengers between Montgomery and Prince George counties. The construction hit a snag five years ago due to aRead More →

Submitted photo Top from left: Homecoming Queen Grace Crain and Homecoming King Jack Berg, Associate Professor Vicki Collet and Associate Professor Jeffrey Allen Murdock; middle row: distinguished speaker Angela Davis, senior students of the Honorable Mention Jissel Esparza Saucedo and Emily Grace Richey, and old parking stickers that are noRead More →

As an architecture student at the University of California at Berkeley many years ago, Eli Naor never imagined that his work would help transform Bay Area communities. Fate takes you in surprising directions in this profession. For Naor, his long design journey recently took him to a Bay Area RapidRead More →

Also: Charlotte is busy fixing her sidewalks, and more in this week’s Mobile City. Welcome to “The Mobile City”, our weekly roundup of remarkable transportation developments. Baltimore Deploys Flexible Transportation Pass Even if knowledge workers are gradually and hesitantly returning to their offices as immunization rates rise, it is highlyRead More →

As an architectural student at the University of California at Berkeley many years ago, Eli Naor never imagined that his work would help transform Bay Area communities. Fate takes you in surprising directions in this profession. For Naor, his long design journey recently took him to a Bay Area RapidRead More →

Yellow and green taxis in New York City are supported by the Transit app via Curb Transit, the app used by New Yorkers to navigate public transportation, has added support for yellow and green taxis, following integration with the Curb Taxi Mobility Platform. The integration with Curb marks the firstRead More →

Yellow and green taxis in New York City are supported by the Transit app via Curb Transit, the app used by New Yorkers to navigate public transportation, has added support for yellow and green taxis, following integration with the Curb Taxi Mobility Platform. The integration with Curb marks the firstRead 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 →

The American Association of Public Transportation (APTA) and Transit app today released the APTA Ridership Trends Dashboard, a new resource designed to provide up-to-date, week-by-week estimates of transit ridership for agencies across the United States According to the APTA, transit ridership has increased and decreased rapidly in response to publicRead More →

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Editor-in-Chief APTA and the Transit app offer a dashboard that tracks transit demand and publishes weekly estimates of changing ridership. The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has partnered with the Transit app to track transit demand and publish weekly estimates of changing ridership for agenciesRead More →

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Editor-in-Chief The APTA and the Transit app provide a dashboard that tracks transit demand and publishes weekly ridership estimates. The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has partnered with the Transit app to track transit demand and publish weekly ridership estimates for agencies across the United States.Read More →

A transit app is coming for the visually impaired from KC // Photo courtesy of Alphapointe.org The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA), Alphapointe, and Sensible Innovation have teamed up to develop an app that helps blind and visually impaired people use transit more safely and accurately. It is theRead More →

In Portland, smartphone owners have many options for purchasing and using TriMet tickets. But traveling elsewhere and navigating transit systems becomes more complicated. Related: Portlanders Can Load TriMet Hop Cards On Their iPhone And Apple Watch Starting This Spring Moovel, the Portland-based urban mobility company behind the TriMet ticketing app,Read More →

MSD EVO targets ferrous assault weapons capable of mass destruction, including large firearms and homemade bombs, and allows rapid screening of people in formal attire attending public events such as concerts, theaters, galas, cinemas, etc. . Inside the staging area, MSD EVO improves detection uniformity 100 times more conventional magnetostaticRead More →