Public transit agencies that wish to remain relevant and popular among travelers in the local transportation market need to aggressively move forward less like an operator for transit and more like a service provider for travelers.
Transportation accounts for 20 percent of the world’s energy consumption, leaving the transportation industry under increased pressure to operate more efficiently with fewer resources, while still having to meet the growing demand.
With the 2014 Digital Signage Expo officially underway in Las Vegas, attendees are seeing the latest technology the industry is offering clients and views of new products of what’s to come by the end of the year.
With the annual meeting coming to a close in Chicago, transit leaders are going back to their communities with new ideas, new perspectives and glimpses at new products to take their fleets to the next level and provide better customer service.
Excitement is buzzing around the opening night of the American Public Transportation Association's Annual meeting as a record number of attendees and exhibitors have shown up in Chicago. According to APTA sources, more than 1,500 people have registered to...
By leveraging new software and technologies to help bolster current, physical infrastructure, it's helping to create a competitive advantage in the 21st century global market and to increase economic growth in America’s cities.
Wi-Fi technology is beginning to catch up with the desire for constant connectivity. The first major shift that’s helping speed train and bus Wi-Fi is the switch from older 3G cellular wireless networks to 4G networks.