KCATA will hold on-campus How-To-Ride Clinics during the next two weeks at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City Art Institute and Metropolitan Community College of...
The service, known as Crimson Ride, provides transportation for the more than 37,000 students of the university and three million annual riders.
Recently, Yale University’s 23rd president, Peter Salovey, instituted a first-ever pilot program to put a price tag on the use of carbon, with prominent campus buildings and...
On the New Brunswick campus, the school issues about 5.5 tickets per driver on average — a total of about 90,000, according to parking records from the last three years. From...
The project will introduce a fleet of on-demand electric vehicle shuttles that use LiDAR sensors and cameras to measure pedestrian flow, which ultimately helps predict demand for...
The savings are based on the cost of commuting by public transportation compared to the cost of owning and driving a vehicle, which includes the average national gas price of $2.13 per gallon and the national unreserved monthly parking rate numbers.
The SAE-rated level 4-capable vehicle will not have a steering wheel or gas and brake pedals. It is being specifically designed for commercial mobility services, such as ride sharing and ride hailing, and will be available in high volumes.
Of the respondents that said transportation is metro Atlanta's biggest problem, 44% said expanding public transit would be the best long term solution
Downloadable app, available for iOS and Android, offers the ability to set a mobile alarm that will alert the user when the bus is 15, 10 or even 5 minutes away.
The new Shop and Ride app, powered by Xerox, delivers personalized, hyperlocal, mobile offers to transit riders based on their preferences and travel patterns.
Featuring a larger show floor with 80-plus vehicles and all the latest technology, as well as the inaugural Transit Maintenance Forum, BusCon will return to Indianapolis’ Indiana Convention Center Sept. 19 to 21.
I wrote last time that, once again, everyone agrees that funding for infrastructure must be increased but disagree on how to pay for it. Since then, both major U.S. political parties’ platforms have been voted on in this presidential election year, and they were true to the previous pattern, but could not be more different this time.
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