Topic : Jacksonville Transportation Authority

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JTA CEO Ford receives Eno Thought Leader Award

Mobility| June 10, 2019

Many of Ford’s endeavors during his APTA chairmanship center upon what he calls the New Mobility Paradigm.

JTA launching on-demand paratransit system

Accessibility| April 1, 2019

Connexion Plus will offer customers with disabilities who are unable to use the regular fixed-bus routes.

Mobility| February 11, 2019

Jacksonville awarded grant for circulator system using AV tech

Will deploy a network of autonomous vehicles and incorporate smart technologies, such as pedestrian sensors.

Mobility| December 3, 2018

JTA, Florida Poly U. partner to bolster AV tech in public transit

Includes fostering the development of AV technology within downtowns, university campuses and other controlled settings.

Mobility| November 26, 2018

JTA readies launch of enhanced transportation inititatives

New services include a bus rapid transit line, park-n-ride, and an on-demand shuttle.

Mobility| September 24, 2018

GMs discuss impact of first-, last-mile solutions

We asked top transit officials which mobility option (microtransit, autonomous vehicles or bike-share) do you feel could have the most impact at your agency?

Mobility| September 7, 2018

Fla.'s JTA approves 'mobility optimization' plan

Will guide JTA’s response to these changes coupled with the increasing demand for regional connections.

Government Issues| May 10, 2018

Jacksonville, 19 more projects receive passenger ferry grants

The grants will fund projects to purchase, replace or rehabilitate passenger ferries, terminals and related infrastructure, and equipment.

Management & Operations| April 12, 2018

Fla.'s JTA, Greyhound open LEED-certified intercity bus terminal

The one-story, 10,000 square foot bus terminal features an indoor waiting area, ticketing offices, a cafeteria, restrooms, nine bus bays, parking, and a customer drop off area on Stuart Street.

Bus| March 8, 2018

Fla.'s JTA receives $16.9M grant for new BRT line

The 18.5 mile Red Line will be the longest corridor in the network and nearly doubles the footprint of the existing First Coast Flyer system, connecting more people to jobs, education, healthcare, and entertainment.

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