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William H Cohune: Portable headrest. Christie Parker & Hale, May 15, 1979: US04154478 (20 worldwide citation)

A portable headrest for use in conjunction with the seats of public transportation vehicles. The headrest comprises a pair of padded supports which are secured to a chair back by means of a belt or a pair of hangers. The pair of supports are spaced apart to bracket the user's head and, in combinatio ...


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Roland Sigafoo: Travel chair for the elderly and physically handicapped. Trav L Chair, Kerkam Stowell Kondracki & Clarke, March 1, 1988: US04728119 (20 worldwide citation)

The travel chair has a form-fitted shell which is attached to a metal frame, capable of transporting handicapped and elderly persons from their residence; through public transportation terminals; aboard public transportation vehicles, such as aircraft and busses; hence to their destination without t ...


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Giorgio Provenzano, Vincenzo DiBello: Public transportation interactive geographical advertisement system having world wide web access. Michael I Kroll, June 5, 2007: US07227475 (19 worldwide citation)

A information providing system for use in a vehicle. The system includes a processor having a global positioning system (GPS) incorporated therein positioned at a predetermined location within said vehicle. A passenger interface is positioned within the vehicle and connected to the processor for con ...


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Jordan A Kinkead, James T Pott, Roger M Sherman, Eugene F Sullivan: Wheelchair lift for public transportation vehicle. County of Santa Clara State of California, Gerald L Moore, January 31, 1978: US04071152 (19 worldwide citation)

A lift for use in a public conveyance such as a bus, train, et cetera, such that a wheelchair can be rolled onto the lift platform at ground level and be transported into the vehicle. The lift platform moves vertically in a well in the vehicle to the passenger level and then rotates into the bus as ...


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Christopher J Bierbaum, Robin D Katzer, Todd N Koellner, Kevin K Zhu: Single transit card to multiple rider trip methods and architecture. Sprint Communications Company, July 24, 2012: US08225997 (18 worldwide citation)

A mobile device is provided. The mobile device comprises a near field communication transceiver, a memory that contains a secure element, and an application that can pay multiple transit fares. The near field communication transceiver is used to complete fare payment transactions with a fare gate, b ...


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Rudolph Ritter: Method for checking the authorization of users. Swisscom Mobile, Pearne & Gordon, August 1, 2006: US07084736 (18 worldwide citation)

A device and method for checking authorization of users, for example, of a public transportation system, in which individual authorization data, containing user-specific data, are stored in personal chip cards and contactlessly transmitted to a portable identification device and visually reproduced ...


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Darcy Waldron, Shane Haggstrom: Collapsible wheelchair. June 22, 2004: US06752414 (18 worldwide citation)

A collapsible wheelchair for allowing a user to easily tote a wheelchair along on a public transportation such as an airplane and bus. The collapsible wheelchair includes a collapsible seat support assembly; wheel assemblies upon which the collapsible seat support assembly is mounted; brackets mount ...


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Ambrogio Mauri: Carriage body for public transportation vehicles. Guido Modiano, Albert Josif, January 10, 1984: US04425001 (17 worldwide citation)

A carriage body structure for public transportation vehicles, having two sides comprising a latticework of uprights and stringers supporting each a sidewall longeron member whereto a respective roof longeron member is rigidly connected. The roof longeron members form the base members for the roof of ...


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Chester J Barecki: Passive restraint for a vehicle. American Seating Company, Price Heneveld Huizenga & Cooper, February 10, 1981: US04249769 (17 worldwide citation)

An upper suspended cantilevered public transportation vehicle seat is provided including a passive restraint for absorbing the impact energy of a passenger during an accident or rapid maneuver. The vehicle seat includes a bench and an upstanding back portion, both the seat bench and back portions be ...


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Claudette M Tapocik: Hands-free holder which will hold an airline ticket, an identification, credit cards and cash while worn around a user's neck. J&C Tapocik, Thomas I Rozsa, Tony D Chen, January 27, 2004: US06681972 (17 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a holder for retaining documents which are necessary to board a means of public transportation, and which holder enables the documents to be retained in a manner wherein the documents can be easily verified by an examining agent and removed from the holder by the examining a ...