Transit Facility Center Gives Help, Hope to Those 'With Nowhere to Go'

April 17, 2018

Transit facilities — train stations, bus depots and transportation centers — are often the shelter of choice for people experiencing homelessness, especially when weather conditions make it too dangerous to stay outside.

Mass Transit Must Integrate Data, Tech to Be Part of Mobility Landscape

April 11, 2018

Startups and legacy industries are harnessing big data to transform and revolutionize the ways their services are offered. Among the sectors sitting on the richest mines of data is public transportation, with municipalities and service providers boasting decades of data on urban transportation and mobility.

March 27, 2018

Public Transit Needs a Voice in Automated/Autonomous Vehicle Regulatory Talks

This technology will forever change transportation on a local level and national scale; the time is ripe for public transit agencies and OEMs to be more visible in shaping the outcome of these discussions, regulations, and laws.

March 22, 2018

Lyft and Uber Can Save Transit — if Transit Gets on Board

Bad news for transit keeps rolling in. Transit ridership declined in 34 of the 40 largest metropolitan areas over the past three years. While ridership routinely fluctuates in response to economic upturns and downturns and other trends, this decline seems more profound.

March 7, 2018

Railway cybersecurity must never be taken lightly

Many cybersecurity breaches are traced back to human error, from lack of compliance with security policies to configuration errors. Even the best-trained staff can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of daily alerts that need to be tackled.

February 28, 2018

How to Host a 'Super' Travel Day on Transit for Fans

As one of the biggest cities in the country, Philadelphia is often selected to host events that attract national and international audiences, most recently the 2013 U.S. Open Championship, the 2015 World Meeting of Families and papal visit by Pope Francis, the 2016 Democratic National Convention, and the 2017 NFL Draft. But until February 7, 2018, the city had never hosted a Super Bowl champions parade.

February 12, 2018

We consistently ask the wrong questions about transit investment

"Public transit wastes my money." This is a fairly common argument to encounter when discussing public transportation. It’s easy to say this when looking at delays, faulty service, or drab trains and buses.

January 23, 2018

How IoT Will Transform Transportation in 2018 and Beyond

The Internet of Things and evolution of smart cities means that transportation is primed to undergo some rapid and disruptive changes in the near future.

January 17, 2018

Looking Ahead: The Future of Streetcars

Over the last few months, we’ve talked about the resurgence of streetcars and explored recently completed projects across the country. So what’s next for modern streetcars? A number of expansions of existing systems are in various stages of planning and development ...

December 20, 2017

4 Tech Speed Bumps to Avoid on the Road to Connected Transportation Systems

While physical assets and roadside infrastructure are a vital part of connected transportation systems, in many cities and states, it is the underlying technology network that is most lagging.

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