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St. Paul, Minn. campus offers car-, bike-sharing services

Mobility| July 6, 2015

The services may be an even more valuable resource now that the Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities  has ended shuttle service between and handful of local campuses.

[Video] Lessons from Mexico: A Global Leader in Urban Mobility

Mobility| June 19, 2015

Mexico City's bus rapid transit system carries 850,000 passengers per day. In December 2013, a group from Boston traveled to Mexico City to see how it has become a global leader in urban mobility in this video from Boston-based nonprofit Barr Foundation.

Mobility| August 19, 2014

Topeka transit to add bike-sharing as 'route extension'

Each $1,250 bike, provided by bike-sharing start up Social Bicycles, has an onboard transaction computer, so customers can check out and pay for the bike.
Mobility| July 21, 2014

U. of Virginia to roll out bike-sharing program

A $350,000 grant from the Virginia DOT, as well as subsidies from UVa’s department of parking and transportation and membership fees, will fund the program.
Mobility| July 8, 2014

Biking to N.Y. airport faster than public transport

A yellow taxi won the “Race to LaGuardia,” beating out the airport shuttle, Uber car service, Citibike, subway, train and bus, according to the study by Global Gateway Alliance.
Mobility| October 7, 2013

BYU transportation event gives students car alternatives

Services being promoted at the event to help students reduce transportation expenses include Hertz 24/7, The Ryde, Zimride, Bike Sharing and Utah Transit Authority.
Mobility| September 3, 2013

S.F. Muni launches bike share program

The pilot includes 350 bikes and 35 stations in San Francisco as part of a 700-bike and 70-station regional unveiling. Bay Area Bike Share bikes are commuter-style bikes built to withstand constant use and resist theft.
Mobility| May 9, 2013

Texas' The T develops bike share program

The program is the first of its kind in North Texas and was launched to the public on Earth Day.
Mobility| March 13, 2013

New OCTA chief takes helm

Under the direction of the board of directors, Darrell Johnson is responsible for planning, financing and coordinating Orange County’s freeway, street and rail development, as well as managing bus, commuter rail and paratransit service.
Mobility| February 15, 2013

U. of Mich., non-profit launch area bike share

The CEC has taken the lead on the project, securing a $700,000 grant from the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments. The university also plans to support operating funds in the first three years of the program.

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