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Car commuters dwarf public transit riders in job access

Accessibility| August 28, 2017

According to a study, low-income workers who commuted by car had 30 times the access to jobs than those who took public transit. The advent of ridesharing and bikesharing could close the gap.

Chariot launches crowd-sourced shuttle in NYC

Shuttle| August 3, 2017

In addition to commuter service, Chariot is launching enterprise and charter services in the city.

May 30, 2017

The Evolution of Streetcar Technology

While streetcars may seem like an old fashioned or nostalgic mode of transportation, today’s streetcar is far from your grandmother’s trolley. The modern streetcar has evolved in major ways in response to shifts in community needs as well as technological advances.

April 26, 2017

How Streetcars are Meeting the Needs of Modern Cities

Perhaps one of the most misunderstood elements of modern streetcars is what they can offer a city, and in particular, what they can offer that other modes of transportation can’t.

Management & Operations| April 5, 2017

Public transit ridership up after Atlanta bridge collapse

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority reported a big rush hour jump in passengers on its northern rail lines Monday morning, up 50% to 73% as many commuters sought to avoid the highways altogether.

Management & Operations| March 28, 2017

The most and least affordable cities for public transit

In the wake of the increase in New York, where a monthly unlimited pass now costs $121, a new analysis shows the affordability of more than 70 transit systems across the U.S.

Bus| June 14, 2016

Fitness studio aims to merge spinning class with bus

The 45-minute classes will cost $17 to $21, and the bus will travel along the most popular commuter routes in London.

Sustainability| August 27, 2015

U.S. commuters waste 7 billion hours sitting in traffic, report says

Washington, D.C. tops the list of gridlock-plagued cities, with 82 hours of delay per commuter, followed by Los Angeles (80 hours), San Francisco (78 hours), New York (74 hours) and San Jose, Calif. (67 hours).

Accessibility| December 11, 2014

U.S. commuters wait approximately 40 mins. a day for public transit

 Not knowing when train or bus will arrive is number one commuter frustration, more than actual wait times, safety, overcrowding, and unfamiliar routes, according to a report by public transit app Moovit.

Accessibility| August 7, 2014

Introducing Lyft Line

Introducing Lyft Line: a new way to ride with Lyft, available first in San Francisco. Lyft Line offers shared rides along shared routes, priced for daily use. Set your destination, and we’ll connect you with a ride already going the same way. Learn more at lyft.com/line

Data available from the U.S. Geological Survey and NASA Visible Earth: Blue Marble Next Generation.

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