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UITP Summit Unveils Differing Transport Narratives, Approach to Challenges

Management & Operations| June 7, 2017

While the U.S. narrative included innovation and disruptive change in transport, the prominence and status of the public transport operator was clearly so much weaker in terms of dominating urban thinking.

Waymo, Lyft partner to test autonomous vehicle tech

Technology| May 16, 2017

Meanwhile, Uber is in a legal battle with Waymo over allegations that it is using stolen trade secrets for its self-driving car program.

University| May 15, 2017

UCLA students choose Uber, Lyft and bus system to get to and from campus

While some students find BruinBus less convenient because it is a bit slower than using ride-hailing apps, UCLA officials say 85% of riders on the free system are students and that ridership is not decreasing.  

Public Transit GM Q&A: How are you solving the first/last mile issue?

Agency heads from Baltimore; Long Beach, Calif.; Tampa, Fla.; Austin, Texas; Oakland, Calif.; Ann Arbor, Mich.; Orange County, Calif.; and Indianapolis weigh in on this hot topic.

Q&A: Reno, Nev. transit agency CEO talks customer service, collaboration

Lee Gibson also discusses reducing agency operating costs, as well using alternative project and program delivery methods.

University| May 8, 2017

Reno, Nev. Transit System Expands Services to Deal with Burgeoning Growth

The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County has a host of new BRT projects and has recently launched a mobile fare payment app.

Bus| May 3, 2017

Pub Perspective: Ways to combat declining nationwide bus ridership

Many operators large and small have been staring at a disturbing trend in recent years — declining patronage. Fortunately, a few cities have bucked the trend, with ideas which will and must be shared as widely and as soon as possible.

Accessibility| May 3, 2017

How Transit Agencies are Alleviating Demand for Paratransit Services

With ridership and costs up on systems around the nation, many are looking for ways to not only eliminate some of those costs, but also, in many cases, expand mobility for seniors and people with disabilities.

Management & Operations| April 27, 2017

Profile: Susan Shaheen, Co-Director, Transportation Sustainability Research Center

Susan is an expert on the subject of carsharing. Today, we are using Lyft to travel from her office to the Downtown Berkeley BART station, where we will take the subway to have lunch in the Financial District of San Francisco.

April 18, 2017

The Road to the Next Generation of Mobility

Today, in cities and towns across the country, mayors, city commissioners, governors, state legislatures, and even the President, are looking for ways to make our nation’s highways, roads, bridges, airports, public transit systems, and other key pieces of infrastructure once again the envy of the world.

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