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Senior population growth impacts Laketran demand on Dial-a-Ride

Accessibility| March 21, 2017

Ridership has increased 14 percent over the last three years and has no sign of slowing down. The January 2017 ridership is up 12% over January 2016.

Fla.'s Broward County considering taxis, Uber, Lyft for paratransit

Accessibility| February 23, 2017

The county would pick up $15 of the tab. With most paratransit rides five miles or fewer, county officials believe $15 likely would cover the entire bill.

Management & Operations| February 14, 2017

Transdev taps Charles to head Fulton County, Ga. Dial-A-Ride

Accessibility| February 6, 2017

New Lowered-Floor Minibus Combines Style, Passenger Accessibility

The Frontrunner comes standard with smart air suspension, which helps improve aerodynamics and increase fuel efficiency.

Management & Operations| January 30, 2017

Md. MTA agrees to improve paratransit service in settlement

The agency will hire consultants to review the service and adopt quality-assurance measures for program elegibility and processing applications quicker.

Management & Operations| January 30, 2017

Laketran GM Jurkowski announces plan to retire

Under his tenure, Laketran passed two local sales tax levies in 2003 and 2013, which safeguarded the future of the agency through the passage of a permanent levy.  

Management & Operations| January 19, 2017

PSTA brings together Uber and Taxi to get people on the bus

New program uses Uber and United Taxi to pick up bus-stop-bound riders within eight specific zones throughout the county.

Accessibility| January 17, 2017

Phoenix Transit enhances Dial-a-Ride with 'overflow' service

The approved partnership between Dial-a-Ride contractor MV Transportation and their subcontractor Discount Cab provides overflow service during the regular service day.

Management & Operations| January 3, 2017

TriMet names new executive director for transportation division

Patrick Preusser brings 19 years of railway experience working in both public- and private-sector operations, including freight, commuter, passenger, and transit, all with a dedication to advancing safety and operations.

Accessibility| December 19, 2016

N.Y. paratransit costs skyrocketing, lack of subway elevators cited: study

Access-A-Ride cost $85.2 million and carried 1.7 million rides in 2000, increasing to an estimated $506 million this year for more than 6.3 million trips.

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