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CTA budget proposes $23M in cuts, fare increases after $33M cut in state support

Management & Operations| November 22, 2017

Upon adoption, the fare increase will generate $23 million for CTA operations, while the capital budget includes a new revenue stream from ride-hailing fees that will pay for projects that improve CTA infrastructure and service.

UCLA uses AI to improve curb safety

University| November 16, 2017

UCLA partnered with VIMOC Technologies to optimize curb space for efficiency and safety in the university's Gateway Plaza loop.

Shuttle| November 9, 2017

Rideshare startup to launch on-demand public transit in 2 U.S. cities

Arlington, Texas and West Sacramento, Calif. have selected Via, a technology developer and provider of dynamic on-demand shared rides, to launch a comprehensive on-demand public transit solution for both cities.

Technology| October 23, 2017

Uber to test flying vehicle network in Dallas, Fort Worth

Dubbed the "Uber Elevate Network," the ride-sharing company is slated to demonstrate how a network of flying, hailed vehicles would work in three years.

Management & Operations| October 17, 2017

RATP Dev North America adopts one brand

Rebranding of McDonald Transit and RDMT simplifies client interactions by immediately connecting clients to the parent company in North America.

Technology| September 26, 2017

TransitScreen launches website that rates access to city transit options

By scoring various types of transportation in a city, MobilityScore aims to inform users the best way to travel without a car to any address within the U.S. and Canada.

Government Issues| September 20, 2017

101 ways to improve transportation in your city

Curbed looked to cities around the world for inspiration and sought feedback from urban thinkers.

July 19, 2017

Reimagining the Public Transportation Rider Experience for the Digital Age

Transit systems move millions of people each day, getting us to where we need to go, influencing our moods, and shaping our collective stories. But, faced with fluctuating ridership, uncertain budgets, and the sky-high expectations of a digital savvy customer — open app, get car — how can centuries-old transit systems keep up?

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.

University| July 6, 2017

Study finds compatibility key to ridesharing success

The University of Waterloo research used social media analytics, algorithms, and computer simulation to match would-be carpoolers with people driving to work.

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