Fredericton transit users can now track buses and plan their daily routes with a new app called ReadyPass. The City of Fredericton officially launched the smartphone application on Sept. 20, following a Transportation Committee meeting.
Fredericton, New Brunswick-based transit technology company ReadyPass is seeking to bring the same kind of smart upgrade that we're beginning to see in North America's largest metropolises to every other municipality, starting with Canada, but also target
A Fredericton startup company is looking at about 250 cities in the U.S. and Canada with populations of less than 150,000 as the target market for its product to improve transit systems. Alex Kall, CEO of ReadyPass, admits there are other firms creating t
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Halifax's Neptune Theatre was jam packed Tuesday night for Propel ICT's Spring Demo Day. Fourteen of Atlantic Canada's most promising startups pitched the auditorium full of investors, industry leaders, potential partners and colleagues. It was an evening
Eight companies from the Propel ICT Launch program pitched at Demo Day today Tuesday night, seeking in total investment of more than $3 million. The companies - two from each Atlantic Province -- entered the program at an early stage less four months ago,
With Propel ICT's Demo Day coming up on June 21 in Halifax, we're chatting with all of the New Brunswick companies who will be pitching at the Neptune Theatre. Today we meet Alex Kall, CEO of Fredericton-based ReadyPass. 1) What's your pitch? ReadyPass is
Bus users in Fredericton have been left in the dark in recent years, at least technology wise. A new transit app is looking to change that, and its name is ReadyPass. The app is set to launch this summer, following the beta testing phase it is currently i
Fredericton's transit manager hopes a new pilot project coming this June will remove barriers for some transit users. The Ready Pass system will allow transit users to see where the buses are, to plan their route throughout the city, and to pay their fare