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December 31, 2013

Transit reliability could stimulate ridership, reduce congestion

The report, which analyzes the D.C. Metro system, proposes that greater reliability of transit schedules could motivate more people to leave their vehicles at home and ride the bus.


December 6, 2013

Report: Jobs at risk due to congestion in key areas

Research projects that 480,000 new jobs representing $32 billion per year in income will be at risk due to congestion by 2040.


August 20, 2012

UT Profile: Students take the reins for U. of Montana transit system

Board is composed of all students who oversee an annual budget of $1 million. Students are also trained drivers.


April 13, 2011

IBM venture to help commuters avoid congestion using predictive data

Partnership with Caltrans and UC Berkeley will analyze real-time traffic patterns and individual commuter travel history to forecast faster and safer routes.


April 15, 2009

Study: 12 percent of San Diego adults use transit

Among all adults surveyed, approximately 48 percent reported that they had ridden some form of transit in the San Diego region during the 12 months prior to the study interview.


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