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Lyft and Uber Can Save Transit — if Transit Gets on Board

| March 22, 2018

Bad news for transit keeps rolling in. Transit ridership declined in 34 of the 40 largest metropolitan areas over the past three years. While ridership routinely fluctuates in response to economic upturns and downturns and other trends, this decline seems more profound.

Allscripts, Lyft partner to off non-emergency transportation to patients

Accessibility| March 5, 2018

Today, 3.6 million Americans have transportation issues that prevent them from getting to or from a doctor’s appointment.

Shuttle| February 5, 2018

Chariot launches its first European commuter shuttle service in London

Enables passengers to complete the first and last mile of their journey by connecting them with nearby transit hubs and underground stations.

Government Issues| February 1, 2018

Uber, Cincinnati collaborative launch mobility lab

Will share data, conduct studies, and reach out to employers, and designers to create a transportation plan for the Cincinnati region.

Bus| January 19, 2018

Via, Keolis Downer launch Aus. on-demand service

The Newcastle service will initially span the neighborhoods of Warners Bay, Gateshead, Charlestown, and Dudley.

Management & Operations| January 5, 2018

Publisher's Perspective: Demand for on-demand transportation integration rises

Demand-response services are not new, of course. Jitney services, which route dynamically based on passengers’ needs, have been around for literally centuries, back to horse-and-coach days.

Management & Operations| December 28, 2017

Via, Mercedes-Benz Vans partner with Berlin transit to launch rideshare service

The new BVG-ViaVan service will utilize Via’s sophisticated algorithm to dynamically route state-of-the-art Mercedes-Benz vehicles, allowing passengers to seamlessly book a shared van through a custom BVG app.

Management & Operations| November 22, 2017

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

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.

University| November 16, 2017

UCLA uses AI to improve curb safety

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.


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