Topic : microtransit

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Mayor unveils LA Metro '28 by 28' Olympic transportation projects initiative

Management & Operations| December 4, 2017

Seventeen projects already are slated for completion before 2028, of which four are Measure R funded and 13 are funded by Measure M. Eight additional accelerated project schedules are deemed “aspirational.”

Publisher's Perspective: Transit seeking ways to combat declining bus ridership

Bus| December 1, 2017

This past May, I discussed factors that may be contributing to a disturbing trend in recent years — declining bus patronage — and ways to combat it.

Management & Operations| November 21, 2017

TransLoc announces MARTA, Detroit as MicroTransit Challenge winners

The Challenge sought to identify the nation’s most visionary municipal transit agencies and reward them with the expertise, planning resources, data analytics, and predictive modeling to help stimulate demand-driven, flexible transit in the communities they serve.

Management & Operations| September 25, 2017

Mich.'s TheRide to launch new on-demand microtransit program

The service is open to the public and operates Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is $1 per trip (one-way), with discounts available for those who qualify.

Technology| August 8, 2017

Former Chicago, D.C. transportation official joins TransLoc

Gabe Klein has held key positions in both the public and private sectors, and has been a leading voice for leveraging the use of data and technology to integrate mobility systems at the city and regional levels.

Technology| August 3, 2017

TransLoc deploys microtransit simulator

The simulator helps transit agencies determine successful approaches to enhancing fixed-route services with new flexible transit alternatives to better serve their communities.

Management & Operations| July 18, 2017

LA Metro considering ridesharing-like microtransit option

Unlike Uber or Lyft, Metro's plan would provide vans instead of cars and pick-ups would include more than one person.

Bus| February 11, 2016

Bridj, KCATA, Ford partner for urban mobility pilot project

The transformative program is the first U.S. public-private partnership that brings together a major U.S. transit agency, an automaker and an urban technology company with the aim of enhancing Kansas City’s existing mass transit system by providing greater access and mobility to residents.

Sustainability| November 3, 2015

Electric rickshaw service corners Denver microtransit market

The idea for eTuk Denver stemmed from a trip to see the San Pedro Volcano in Panajachel, Guatemala, in 2013.

Bus| October 30, 2015

Kansas City to offer 'microtransit' routes to fill service gaps

Is negotiating with a Boston-based company, Bridj that arranges bus service on an as-needed basis in its hometown and now in Washington, D.C.

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