Pop-up libraries on city busses

In Boston, bus riders can now access free digital 'pop-up' libraries in Boston and there's no card required.

As reported by WBUR, the Boston Public Library’s deep digital archive of books, newspapers and magazines is now available to MBTA bus riders. The mayor's office office installed sidewalks decals at 20 bus stops across Boston with QR codes that riders can scan with their phones, linking to the BPL’s “digital pop-up library website.” The new pilot program will run through the end of August.