Once fully deployed, Riverside Transit Agency's new farebox system and mobile app will allow customers to pay for bus services using paper passes, mobile app tickets, smartcards, as well as various contactless payment options.
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In order to mark California Clean Air Day 2022, LA Metro is waiving fares on all its public transport and bike-share services, encouraging Angelenos to join the state's clean air movement by leaving their cars at home.
Following the new upgrades, BART customers can now add money to their fare card using their credit or debit card, with further improvements planned to enable contactless payments.
The new funding will allow SunLine to procure new battery electric buses and the required charging infrastructure, expand its H2 refuelling, and train transit workers on how to maintain and operate clean bus technology.
U.S. cities from San Diego to Newark have extended their shared electric mobility programmes with Bird, in time for the return of students to campus for the Autumn term.
SamTrans' new technology allows buses to move more easily and efficiently on San Mateo County roads by bypassing traffic, ensuring that riders get to their destination faster.
In addition to expanding its Omniride on-demand transit service to serve more community destinations across San Bernardino County, Omnitrans is also reducing fares for seniors and people with disabilities.
As part of the new partnership, Transdev now operates Tulare County Regional Transit Agency’s paratransit and fixed-route services, along with its call centre.
Switchio’s innovative payment gateway will allow riders in California to pay their fares using an open-loop system accepting bank cards, mobile wallets and even smart wearables.
The first-ever awardees of the Federal Transit Administration’s Climate Challenge have been chosen across eight categories for helping to lead the country’s transition to a clean energy future.
Littlepay has been awarded an MSA by the State of California to offer transit payment processor services through the California Department of Transportation's Cal-ITP Mobility Marketplace.
As part of its ‘Break Up With Cars’ campaign, Lime will work to highlight the damage that driving has on the environment and its contribution to over 1.3 million deaths annually worldwide in an effort to encourage people onto sustainable transport.
The need for alternative power vehicles within the public transport industry has never been greater, as operators and authorities across the globe look to reduce emissions by operating in a ‘cleaner and greener’ way. Here, SunLine provides Intelligent Transport with exclusive insight into its 30-years-in-the-making commitment to removing diesel from…
With the addition of its 20th electric MCI coach to its fleet, the Antelope Valley Transit Authority has successfully placed a 100 per cent zero-emission transit fleet into service – making it North America's first all-electric transit agency.