Topic : bike-share

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RTC adding 20 electric bikes to Downtown Las Vegas share program

Mobility| August 20, 2019

Move is in response to customer demands to expand bicycle fleet to include new electric options. 

Columbus launching first city-managed payment platform

Mobility| August 19, 2019

Siemens Mobility and Bytemark, will integrate all mobility provider payments — spanning both public and private mobility options.

Mobility| August 12, 2019

L.A. Metro expands bike-share program

Sixteen new Metro Bike Share stations with up to 150 bicycles have now been installed in North Hollywood, Toluca Lake, and Valley Village.

Mobility| July 24, 2019

U. of Minnesota report ranks job accessibility by bicycle

The study incorporates traffic stress and cycling comfort in its evaluation of access to destinations by bicycle.

Mobility| July 15, 2019

A closer look at DCTA’s MaaS contracting model

The agency approved 30 contracts to explore possible mobility options, including bike-share, microtransit, and autonomous vehicles.

Mobility| June 10, 2019

Despite alt. transit options, U.S. drivers spend 12% more time in cars

Walking, biking, riding a train or subway, and using a taxi or ride sharing service showed a downward trend.

Mobility| May 21, 2019

What mobility option will make an impact at your operation?

With a plethora of options out there today, including bike-share and microtransit METRO asked top officials which they think will have the most impact at their agency.

Management & Operations| May 20, 2019

How are agencies innovating to generate revenue, saving money?

Top execs from agencies around the country, including Las Vegas and Dayton, Ohio, answer our Question of the Day.

Technology| May 15, 2019

Cubic to continue maintenance, tech support for LA Metro TAP system

The services contract is also linked to two recently awarded contracts for a mobile app and its operations, as well as infrastructure upgrade.

May 8, 2019

Micromobility: The missing link between people and cities

Millennials and Generation Z alike are looking for homes and jobs in cities, where they can walk and take public transportation for daily life.

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