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Electric rickshaw service corners Denver microtransit market

Mobility| November 3, 2015

The idea for eTuk Denver stemmed from a trip to see the San Pedro Volcano in Panajachel, Guatemala, in 2013.

Uber took 300K N.J. commuters to the bus or train last month

Mobility| October 30, 2015

More commuters are turning to ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft to cover that difficult "last mile," the distance between train stations or bus stops and their homes or jobs.

Mobility| October 26, 2015

DART collaborates with Lyft to provide new first-/last-mile option

DART also is collaborating with the car sharing service ZipCar and the ride sharing app Uber to help its customers make a complete trip.

Mobility| October 16, 2015

Public-private partnerships bring more options for Fla. HART riders

The Coast Bike Sharing program is free through the end of October for people who buy a 31-day fare card at Marion Transit Center. Megabus already comes from Orlando to Tampa daily but now as part of a pilot partnership it’s stopping along the way to pick up riders at an additional Park-n-Ride location.

Mobility| October 5, 2015

Bike Storage Solutions Adapt to Growing Needs of Multimodal Commuters

No other form of commuting to work has seen the same level of growth as biking has over the past decade. To help public transportation agencies deal with that growth, suppliers have been able to add more bike positions on racks and create furniture and storage solutions at rail stations and transit malls.

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.

Mobility| September 21, 2015

Driverless shuttle experiment hits the ground at Calif. campus

In addition to colleges, the company envisions these vehicles at theme parks, resorts, industrial campuses, and retirement communities.

Mobility| September 4, 2015

Electric car-sharing service launches in Indianapolis

This is the first-of-its-kind electric car sharing service in the U.S. by the Bolloré Group of France, which already operates car sharing services in several other cities, including the world’s largest EV sharing service: Autolib', in Paris.

Mobility| September 1, 2015

New York City Transit introduces bicycle racks to buses

Racks available on S53, S93 Routes for 1-Year pilot testing feasibility and impact to service.

Mobility| August 26, 2015

Bike repair kiosks coming to select MARTA stations

MARTA partnered with the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, a bike advocacy and rider education organization, to initiate the campaign and identify locations for the repair kiosks.

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