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Ride-sharing apps create 69% more emissions than trips they replace

Sustainability| February 26, 2020

Frequently replace lower-carbon options — such as public transit, walking, or biking — that consumers might have used otherwise.

Is commuting the new smoking?

| February 25, 2020

Data overwhelmingly shows why workers should opt-out of driving alone to work each day — not just for their own health, but for the improvement of their work performance, too.

Bus| August 12, 2019

Connecticut DOT adding 50 New Flyer clean-diesel buses

The new buses, operating under the CTtransit name, replace older vehicles in the fleet with newer, more fuel-efficient buses.

Technology| August 1, 2019

Miles CEO discusses gamification of green travel

Launched last year, the platform and app rewards users for using eco-friendly forms of transportation, including transit and biking. 

Mobility| October 8, 2018

SoCal survey finds university, college students prefer not driving

The survey, conducted by Metrolink, found that 45% of students commute 41 minutes or longer from home to school.

Mobility| August 21, 2018

U. of Md. builds app that rewards commuters who leave car behind

The IncenTrip app uses real-time data to predict travel times on multiple modes of transportation.

Mobility| October 11, 2017

Atlanta’s SRTA honored for innovation

The SRTA’s program also received the Toll Excellence Award for Customer Service and Marketing Outreach from the International Bridge, Tunnel, and Turnpike Assoc.

Mobility| July 6, 2017

Study finds compatibility key to ridesharing success

The University of Waterloo research used social media analytics, algorithms, and computer simulation to match would-be carpoolers with people driving to work.

Mobility| April 11, 2017

Mich.'s TheRide names new business services program manager

Chris Simmons worked as an attorney with a focus on community development and business formation issues, prior to working in Transportation Demand Management

Mobility| March 30, 2017

New Lyft service mimics mass transit with fixed routes

The new feature, which is being tested out in San Francisco and Chicago, is an extension of Lyft’s carpool service, Lyft Line

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