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Transdev, Babcock Ranch unveil first autonomous school shuttle

Technology| August 31, 2018

BNS students living within the community will be the first in the nation to catch a ride to school on an autonomous shuttle.

Over 35K alternative commutes taken during Ann Arbor challenge

Management & Operations| June 14, 2018

The commuters, from 307 different organizations, commuted to work by walking, biking, taking the bus, carpooling, vanpooling, and telecommuting.

[Video] The Boring Company: Tunnels

This visionary animation showcases entrepreneur Elon Musk's next venture, a tunneling company to help solve traffic congestion.

Rail| April 26, 2017

Sunrail explores other modes for proposed airport link

The high cost of heavy commuter rail trains is the reason for the debate.

Management & Operations| April 11, 2017

Mich.'s TheRide names new business services program manager

Chris Simmons worked as an attorney with a focus on community development and business formation issues, prior to working in Transportation Demand Management

Accessibility| April 10, 2017

Rising cost of Minn. paratransit could threaten other transit services

The Metropolitan Council, which operates the service, expects the number of rides will climb to 2.9 million by 2020, about double what it was in 2010.

University| December 5, 2016

UW-Milwaukee gets top bike-friendly campus ranking

There are now 164 "Bicycle Friendly Universities" in 44 states and Washington, D.C.

Management & Operations| October 13, 2016

BCycle unveils new smart bike, mobile app and electric bike

The company is the first bike share company to integrate bike share with public transit in the U.S.

University| June 6, 2016

UCSD to restrict freshmen from purchasing parking permits

The policy is meant to encourage freshmen who live on campus to consider other options for transportation to reduce the amount of parking spaces that are simply used as storage.

Rail| January 7, 2016

Mexico City proposes gondola-type transit system to combat traffic

The system, known as the “Personalized Elevated Urban Transport” (or TUEP in Spanish), promises to move some 37 million people across the city each year, and up to 200 million if the system is extended to longer distances.

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