Topic : microtransit

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DCTA expands microtransit service in response to COVID-19

Mobility| March 30, 2020

The agency introduced the new on-demand transit zones as a replacement for fixed routes with low ridership and long wait times.

Momentum Dynamics, GreenPower to develop wirelessly-charged bus

Zero Emissions| March 26, 2020

The first vehicle to integrate Momentum Dynamics’ high-power wireless charging will be GreenPower’s flagship model, the EV Star.

Management & Operations| March 16, 2020

Alexander promoted to CEO of Transdev's U.S. operations

He has been with Transdev for more than 18 years and has led the company’s business development team over the extended timeframe.

Mobility| March 3, 2020

GreenPower teams up to build all-electric autonomous EV Star shuttle

PRI created the TONYTM general autonomy solution designed to be applied to existing vehicles.

Mobility| March 3, 2020

Santa Clarita launches new on-demand transportation service

The service has come to fruition via a close partnership between the City and contract operator MV Transportation, which developed the mobile application for the service.

Mobility| March 2, 2020

L.A. Metro to launch 3-year microtransit program

The board approved awarding a $29-million contract to private ridesharing company RideCo Inc. to partner with Metro to operate the service, subject to resolution of any protests.

February 26, 2020

What does the future of public transportation look like?

One of the largest trends over the past couple years in public transit has been implementing new strategies to increase ridership.

Zero Emissions| February 26, 2020

GreenPower's EV Star passes FTA's Altoona testing

The 25-foot EV Star is an all-electric, zero-emission bus that seats up to 19 passengers with an operational range of up to 150 miles.

Bus| February 20, 2020

COTA ridership highest in 31 years

The agency continues to see increases in ridership as the national trend shows declines in public transportation.

Bus| February 14, 2020

Student ridership doubles on SacRT

The City of Sacramento provided SacRT with $1 million, as well as additional funds from other cities and school districts to counter revenue loss for the year-long RydeFreeRT program.

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