Increasingly, more states have had to get innovative to solve their infrastructure issues. Public-private partnerships are powerful and produce benefits for all involved. These are relationships combining resources and knowledge that can profoundly enhance underserved communities.
The adverse effects of COVID-19 on transit ridership have been felt across the country. Yet, as recovery is underway, BRT ridership is rebounding, and in many instances, rebounding faster than other modes.
Some semblance of a “normal” is returning, but what does this mean for rail travel in the UK and more widely in Europe in the late pandemic phase?
With mobile ticketing, upgrades to reduce emissions, and even the creation of e-scooters, technology is making transit more accessible and appealing for users, while also reducing its environmental impact.
With their longevity and affordable price tag, halogen bulbs represent an untapped resource for transit agencies that are looking to save money without sacrificing performance.
Though it won’t happen overnight, successfully completing an electric vehicle (EV) fleet pilot will send you well on your way toward the reality of living with an EV fleet and mixed-fueling environment.
Even with the rollout of a vaccine this year, the transit industry has been altered for the foreseeable future. What will that future be?
The conference was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but nevertheless, was a chance for the European, and wider world, to exchange best practices in sustainable mobility, observe the latest trends, and for the host cities to welcome guests from across the continent.