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

Management & Operations| January 5, 2018

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.

Las Vegas monorail ticket sales expected to fall millions short

Rail| January 3, 2018

The system is budgeted to make about $6.5 million less in ticket sales than was forecast in ridership study.

Management & Operations| December 26, 2017

Mobility-On-Demand: The Future of Transportation

Embracing public-private partnerships can help cities and transit agencies lower operational cost while connecting underserved communities.

Government Issues| December 21, 2017

Uber to be regulated as taxi operator, EU court decides

Uber argued that its app acts an intermediary between drivers and passengers and should fall under lighter rules.

Technology| December 15, 2017

Fla.'s PSTA taps Transit as its official app

Transit has an easy-to-use interface that features PSTA’s real-time arrival information, a trip planner, and stop-by-stop directions.

Bus| December 1, 2017

Publisher's Perspective: Transit seeking ways to combat declining bus ridership

This past May, I discussed factors that may be contributing to a disturbing trend in recent years — declining bus patronage — and ways to combat it.

Management & Operations| November 6, 2017

Report analyzes drop in Chicago bus ridership, offers low-cost solutions

From 2015 to 2016, bus ridership in Chicago fell by more than 15 million rides (5.8 percent), continuing a recent trend of fewer Chicagoans riding the bus.

October 31, 2017

Autonomous shuttles could end commuting woes

Public transit options haven't provided commuters with enough first-mile/last-mile solutions, but a driverless shuttle could be what wins drivers over.

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 12, 2017

Uber, Lyft reduces transit usage, increases vehicle miles, report finds

The author of the report, Regina Clewlow, said in a statement that although ridehailing is complementary to transit and helps reduce vehicle ownership, ridehailing services are facilitating a shift away from more sustainable modes of transportation.

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