Topic : transit study

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How and How Not To Contract For Better Transit Service

| December 5, 2017

After enjoying a long period of ridership growth and expansions of rail and bus networks, American transit has found itself in a mess. Transit ridership fell in all but two cities in 2016, local budgets are stagnant, and riders are demanding higher quality services. While there are some domestic examples of how agencies are innovating, agencies must begin looking beyond the border.

Findings of Toronto transit report not released to public

Management & Operations| February 21, 2017

In June, the City paid the firm to provide business case analyses for several projects planned by the city, including Mayor John Tory’s original “SmartTrack” idea for additional stops along the GO Transit rail line travelling through Toronto, and the controversial one-stop Scarborough subway extension.

Management & Operations| July 12, 2016

Frequent, fast service is top factor for transit success, report says

Transit agencies should strive to grow all-purpose riders, who take transit regularly for multiple purposes, as they are the most reliable and financially efficient customers to serve.

Accessibility| March 20, 2014

Tenn. city study seeks to expand transit options

CARTA is examining several transportation options, including bicycle parking, taxi services and future rail service. Officials are planning to add three electric buses to the city's fleet, make GoogleMaps available for trip planning, and possibly add bus routes to a job center.
Bus| December 20, 2012

Utah commission contributes funds to transit study

The Davis County Commission agreed to put $7,500 toward the South Davis County Alternatives Analysis. The study will look at creating a regional public transit plan between Davis and Salt Lake City.
Bus| July 24, 2012

Mich. study supports county transit network

Transit advocates and local leaders are taking a second look at a transportation study that urged a county-wide transit system. The study also found a great need among Kent County residents outside the area served by The Rapid, especially among people with disabilities and the elderly.
University| November 14, 2011

Princeton U. may fund $500K transit needs study

A proposed task force, funded in part by the University, will study the community’s transit and traffic needs and the effects of the University’s proposed Arts and Transit Neighborhood and other pending developments.

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