TripSpark Launches MyRide Infotainment

TripSpark Launches MyRide Infotainment

It’s the beginning of the end for printed bus schedules.

New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority made transit headlines in early August when they announced they were working to stop posting printed schedules at all bus stops in order to save $500,000 a year. Instead, they will direct all inquiries to their passenger information system.

by: Tanya Brusse

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Five Ways Technology Can Help Riders with Mental Health Conditions

Five Ways Technology Can Help Riders with Mental Health Conditions

In any given year, 1 in 5 adults will experience a mental health problem or illness, meaning nearly 20% of the population could face difficulty or feel discomfort when using public transit.

A new report titled Mental Health and Travel from…

by: bronwyne.sawyer

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Why Waiting for the Bus in a Snow Storm isn’t Fun, Besides the Obvious Reasons

Why Waiting for the Bus in a Snow Storm isn’t Fun, Besides the Obvious Reasons

This winter, Ontario was hit with a series of late snow storms, which wreaked havoc with traffic and snow removal. The City of Barrie transit agency was also experiencing delays, and encouraged riders to check MyRide, their real-time…

by: Tanya Brusse

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Save Money and Get Better OTP with Bus Interlining

Save Money and Get Better OTP with Bus Interlining

What is interlining?

Interlining is a common practice in the transit industry that combines two or more routes that arrive and depart from a common terminal. A bus can arrive at a downtown terminal as one route and after a brief layover,…

by: Tanya Brusse

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TripSpark Visits Texas A&M University
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TripSpark Visits Texas A&M University

Back in February, I took a trip to College Station to film customer videos with Justin Tippy and Randy Davidson, two senior transit administrators at Texas A&M University. One of the oldest and largest Universities in America, Texas A&M has a…

by: Shannon Mandel

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