Topic : microtransit

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Will making transit free make people want to ride more?

| January 28, 2020

While it can certainly reduce barriers to access, we can’t overlook the reality that many cities are currently operating transit systems that don’t meet the needs of their citizens.

Biz News: Electric tech partnerships, vehicle deliveries

Zero Emissions| January 24, 2020

GreenPower delivers new vehicles and ABC Companies forges new partnership, while Link Transit and Momentum Dynamics team for charging program.

Mobility| January 13, 2020

SacRT partners with Via to launch expanded microtransit system

With the service now the largest on-demand microtransit system in America with 42 vehicles.

Mobility| January 13, 2020

4 questions to ask before investing in microtransit

Cities can build a better version of the bus — one that operates dynamically, without routes and schedules, but still promotes shared trips to cut down on congestion.

Mobility| January 8, 2020

Worcester Regional Transit lands grant for microtransit service

The project with Via will be the first public-private transit partnership in the Central Massachusetts region that will introduce on-demand transportation.

January 2, 2020

Want to attract young talent to your city? Start thinking transit

Research suggests that when looking for a place to settle, the most important criteria for those aged 24 to 44 is easy access to transit.

Technology| December 26, 2019

2020 will see cities develop advanced urban strategies, report says

The concepts of digital twins, urban modeling, resilience, circularity, smart urban spaces, and electric micro-mobility and microtransit...

Management & Operations| December 19, 2019

COTA board adopts budget, which includes enhanced mobility options

The approximately $170 million budget includes an 8.9% increase in operational expenses over the amount reflected in the 2019 adjusted budget.

Bus| December 18, 2019

Biz News: New Flyer, Lightning Systems deliver enviro-friendly vehicles

Canada's Brampton Transit will add diesel-hybrid electrics, while a Floridian microtransit provider will add wheelchair-accessible cutaways.

Mobility| November 21, 2019

4 pilots selected for City:One Indianapolis Challenge

Developed by Ford, the community-centered initiative will explore a city’s transportation needs and then collaborate on new solutions.

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