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Cycling in the Netherlands: Highlights from Polis 2020

As in most of the Netherlands, the micromobility revolution is being led by personal cycling,...

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.

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How to Design an Equitable Bus Shelter

By actively seeking input and creating bus stops that address user needs, promote public safety,...

Bus stops are the physical gateways to economic opportunity in urban environments, connecting people to jobs, schools, and health care. But these bus shelters rarely transcend their ultra-utilitarian form, with more attention paid to durability than inspired functional design.

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Redrawing the Lines of Transit Bus Services

With so much uncertainty on what transit bus service nationwide will look like over the next 12...

The discussion featured transit professionals, academic researchers, and transportation consultants, sharing not only their perspectives on post pandemic local affects on agencies, but the overall shifts underway that each stakeholder needs to understand.

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Making the Case for GTFS Real-Time Fare Integration

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Cal-ITP was created by the California State Transportation Agency and its partners to facilitate easy and accessible travel planning and payments across the state and recommends that transit agencies implement GTFS in the real-time mode to provide more frequent updates to train and bus schedules.

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A Look at European Mobility Hubs

The growth of mobility hubs in Germany can likely be related to the popularity of car sharing...

An aspect of every urban transport system is making interchange between modes work well. Interchanges are widely discussed across Europe, but the outcomes vary widely across the continent.