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Subway Kiosks Will Guide Riders (in Between Ads)

Dozens of 6-foot-4-inch stainless-steel kiosks are to be installed in 19 subway stations in the next few months in what the Metropolitan Transportation Authority calls its "On the Go! Travel Station" program. They will replace some of the poster-size paper maps on platforms, mezzanines and turnstile areas, and also cut down on notices that sometimes proliferate to the point that they look like wallpaper.
Diesel pumps at a Flying J truck stop
almart donated 20 42-inch TVs to get the program started, he said. So far, seven truck stops in Colorado have the kiosks, and he hopes to have more than 30 participating within the next 12 months.  Truck stops are always one of the first it seems.
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New interactive kiosk at TF Green Rhode Island airport

WARWICK, R.I. (WPRI) - Today state officials unveiled a new tool designed to make traveling in Rhode Island even easier. 
he new interactive kiosk is located inside the Interlink at T.F. Green Airport in Warwick. Its situated right outside the car rental area in the connector walkway. 
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