San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)’s Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Guidelines are intended to provide greater clarity around BART’s expectations for TOD, both on its property and within the larger station area. There are many audiences for this work: BART’s partner cities and local jurisdictions seeking guidance on developing transit-supportive station area plans; Developers interested in understanding expectations for future TOD solicitations on BART’s properties; ...
Sweden’s national passenger rail operator SJ believes it is the first train operator in the world to trial a microchip implant ticket on its services. Passengers signed up to the company’s loyalty scheme, SJ Prio, will be among the first to use the new system. The idea came from SJ’s innovation partner, Epicenter, which gives its members the option of using either a microchip or traditional key card to gain entry into its offices in central Stockholm. The microchip uses Near Field ...
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