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One of the nation's most fragmented public transit regions may start using mobile payments for train and bus rides by 2022.
The dockless bike share system is accepting Apple's mobile payment system. They're celebrating by giving out two-hour ride coupons.
Boston, London, Mexico City, New York, Sydney and Tokyo are the first regions to support wheelchair-enabled transit directions.
Who knew this French tech manufacturer makes electric scooters, too? Also, how hasn't any other scootermaker thought to integrate Android into one?
Ultra-Wideband transceivers could get the MTA a new, modern signaling system to fix the hell that is the New York public transit commute.
Samsung has launched an LTE network dedicated to a railway and is equipping its staff with a special phone to communicate with each other at high speeds. It doesn't fold up.
You missed your stop. Great. Now you're late. Google hopes that won't be the case ever again with an upcoming update to Google Maps.
2017's $449 iPhone will be helping 230 conductors and controllers on the 'E' line from Jamaica to the World Trade Center navigate and communicate delays.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the news in a tweet. Note that it's only the stations, not the tunnels connecting all of them.
If you take trains on Metro-North or the Long Island Rail Road and use Apple Pay, you can now buy tickets from anywhere you want with a Touch ID tap.
The Northeast Regional trains might be upon the most travailed tracks in the US, but what if you have an iPhone and want to be elsewhere?