Topic : commuters

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Why employers should care about the length of employees’ commutes

| June 19, 2019

Employers are beginning to take notice of the psychological and physical well-being of their employees by looking for ways to combat the the toll of long work commutes. 

Tech Trends: Promoting transit in L.A. with parking-guidance technology

Technology| June 17, 2019

The agency found an interesting solution to help local citizens get out of their car and onto public transportation.

Technology| March 25, 2019

If it was easier to pay for public transport, ridership would increase: Study

Complexity in payment is often at the root of many common commuter complaints.

Rail| January 23, 2019

Tokyo Metro offers free noodles to ease rush-hour crowding

The Tozai subway line service averaged 76,000 riders between 7:50 a.m. and 8:50 a.m in 2017.

Rail| August 7, 2018

Microbes in Hong Kong subway system mix together by evening rush

"Studies of microbial composition of train compartments may guide future public health strategies and public transit designs."

Rail| May 9, 2018

2020 Olympics could paralyze Tokyo’s subway system, study warns

Per data from a local university, some 1.3 million spectators might join 8 million regular commuters in the greater Tokyo area.

'Super Commuters' who travel 90-plus mins. to get to work, on the rise

Super commuters are more likely to rely on public transportation than those with shorter commutes.

Bus| December 7, 2017

Ind.'s CityBus launches ‘Ride to Work’ employer-paid program

Under the program, employers receive 30-day bus passes on consignment from CityBus to provide at no cost to workers as a perk.

Management & Operations| November 28, 2017

NY MTA buses lost 100 million passenger trips since 2008, report says

The average New York City Transit bus travels 7.4 miles per hour along its local, SBS, and express routes — slowest among the seventeen largest bus companies in the nation, according to a city comptroller report.

October 31, 2017

Autonomous shuttles could end commuting woes

Public transit options haven't provided commuters with enough first-mile/last-mile solutions, but a driverless shuttle could be what wins drivers over.

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