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Startup transportation company, Bridj, shuts down

Mobility| May 2, 2017

According to Bridj’s CEO Matthew George, the company had been in extended negotiations with a car manufacturer, when “clear skies” turned into a “hurricane in about 24 hours.”

National study to explore impacts of private transit services

Mobility| January 3, 2017

Focus will include ride-splitting services, on-demand carpooling apps and more traditional private modes such as employer shuttles.

Management & Operations| November 16, 2016

MBTA releases survey to determine late-night riders' habits

MBTA cancelled late-night train service in February after a brief experiment and is now considering contracting with Bridj to provide the service.

Mobility| October 31, 2016

MBTA in talks with Bridj to provide late-night service

The proposal is about 35 percent less than the per-vehicle per-hour cost of putting a standard MBTA bus on the road.

Management & Operations| April 29, 2016

KCATA expands Bridj program

The additional service coming on line on May 2 was developed in response to more than 100 trip requests for service from downtown to Hospital Hill and University of Kansas Medical Center.

Management & Operations| March 1, 2016

MBTA using startup job site to find software engineers

The job listing describes the MBTA’s tech division as a “quasi-startup.” The new team will work across multiple projects, all of which will all be rider-facing.

Mobility| February 11, 2016

Bridj, KCATA, Ford partner for urban mobility pilot project

The transformative program is the first U.S. public-private partnership that brings together a major U.S. transit agency, an automaker and an urban technology company with the aim of enhancing Kansas City’s existing mass transit system by providing greater access and mobility to residents.

Mobility| October 30, 2015

Kansas City to offer 'microtransit' routes to fill service gaps

Is negotiating with a Boston-based company, Bridj that arranges bus service on an as-needed basis in its hometown and now in Washington, D.C.

Mobility| October 5, 2015

The 'Uber Effect': Will New Ride Services Reinvent Transit

On-demand ride-brokering services, such as Uber, are transforming the taxi and limo industries, but public transportation could be next.

Bus| February 27, 2015

Bridj to launch D.C. service

While Founder Matt George is interested in connecting Capitol Hill, K Street and Dupont Circle, it’s not yet clear if those will be the neighborhoods Bridj starts with. The start-up is encouraging interested customers to request specific routes on its website

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