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Allscripts, Lyft partner to off non-emergency transportation to patients

Mobility| March 5, 2018

Today, 3.6 million Americans have transportation issues that prevent them from getting to or from a doctor’s appointment.

New app makes TTC station more accessible for blind passengers

Accessibility| March 2, 2018

Uses indoor navigation technology to deliver verbal descriptions of building floor plans and other details of the physical environment.

Accessibility| February 26, 2018

Calgary Transit adds 137 ARBOC Spirit of Freedom buses

The contract, which supports rejuvenation of community shuttles within Calgary Transit’s 100% accessible fleet, was secured by Crestline Coach Ltd., ARBOC’s dealer in seven provinces in Canada.

Management & Operations| February 21, 2018

NYC, S.F., Boston ranked 'Best Cities for Public Transit'

Transit Score, a tool by Redfin company Walk Score®, rates locations based on how convenient they are to public transportation.

Shuttle| January 25, 2018

Laketran expands propane fleet to improve efficiency

One of those strategies is transitioning the 85-bus Dial-a-Ride fleet from diesel fuel to propane.

Accessibility| December 1, 2017

REV Group introduces first hybrid wheelchair-accessible vehicle at LA Auto Show

The base vehicle is the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica, and the introduction was part of the FCA exhibit highlighting the breadth of its automotive technologies.

Accessibility| November 27, 2017

Chatham Area Transit to overhaul paratransit service

Agency is adding more staff and vehicles to its fleet.

Mobility| November 1, 2017

Lyft, Trapeze partner for paratransit rides

Officials at Trapeze said that giving transit agencies that use Trapeze software the ability to schedule rides through Lyft’s ride-sharing platform will help lower operational costs while increasing ride availability.

Bus| October 25, 2017

NYC to add 180 new articulated buses to fleet

Will award two contracts totaling $150 million to New Flyer and Nova Bus for the wheelchair-accessible, low-floor, 60-foot articulated buses that will feature visibility improvements for bus operators.

Accessibility| October 23, 2017

NFTA, U. of Buffalo study challenges faced by riders with disabilities

“It’s our hope that our research findings will guide standards that will make buses more accessible to all,” says UB prof. Victor Paquet.

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