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Potential for urban mobility innovation project releases initial findings at UITP

Management & Operations| May 17, 2017

The initial findings of the UMii project, initiated by Roads and Transport Authority, Dubai and implemented by UITP, in partnership with Future Cities Catapult, highlighted the fact that although innovation is often perceived as technology-based, it’s much more than that.

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

Management & Operations| April 27, 2017

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.

Bus| March 2, 2017

Sacramento RT to explore completely revamping bus system

Speaking at an agency board “strategic vision” workshop, RT officials said the metropolitan area has changed in the 30 years since the bus routes were first established.

Rail| February 15, 2017

Wash. state Governor budgets $1M to study high-speed rail

The study would come at a time when transit agencies and departments of transportation around the U.S. are watching President Donald Trump for signs of what they can expect in terms of federal funding in the next four years.

Government Issues| January 17, 2017

Autonomous vehicles: threat or opportunity for urban mobility?

AVs will lead to a dystopian future of even more private car traffic on the road unless they are put to use in shared fleets and integrated with traditional public transport services.

Rail| January 11, 2017

LAN to conduct Dallas high-speed rail station planning study

Currently, three HSR corridors that would connect major urban areas of the state are under various stages of development. The corridors include the Dallas to Fort Worth HSR, Dallas to Houston HSR, and Texas-Oklahoma Passenger Rail Study.

University| January 9, 2017

U. of Minn. study ranks accessibility to jobs by transit in top U.S. cities

The findings have a range of uses and implications. State departments of transportation, metropolitan planning organizations, and transit agencies can apply the evaluations to performance goals related to congestion, reliability, and sustainability.

Rail| December 12, 2016

CATS to spend $1.5M to study rail line to airport

Ten years ago, the agency had a general concept of building a streetcar along Wilkinson Boulevard toward the city's airport, but CATS CEO John Lewis wants a more detailed study to determine whether that’s the best option.

University| November 28, 2016

U. of Mich., partners with Chinese firms to study autonomous vehicles

The university’s $27 million collaboration with Frontt Capital Management, a Shenzhen-based investment firm, will establish a joint research center for intelligent vehicles at the university and a robotics laboratory on North Campus.

Management & Operations| November 21, 2016

Las Vegas RTC awards $1.9M contract for high-capacity transit plan

Nelson/NYGAARD will release a report, scheduled for release by mid-2018, which will examine 25 heavily used corridors in Clark County, including the light-rail project under consideration for Maryland Parkway.

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