Topic : mobility

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Smart transit project proposals missing the mark, study says

Mobility| October 22, 2019

Study says projects were proposed for areas in which those who work there might benefit from them more than those who live there.

CoMotion LA mobility event expands, expects 2K attendees

Mobility| October 22, 2019

This year’s event will feature themes around green transport, micromobility, autonomous vehicles, MaaS, and inclusive transportation.

Bus| October 21, 2019

A look at BusCon 2019

From education sessions to the show floor, here's a look at some of the highlights of BusCon 2019, which was held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis in September. Next year, the show moves to Philadelphia Nov. 13 to 15.

October 21, 2019

Cities look to where the future lies with bus rapid transit

BRT represents a significant enhancement from traditional bus service, and capital costs can be as little as $10 million per mile.

Bus| October 21, 2019

New mobility, autonomous and e-tech upfront at BusCon 2019

Take a look at what you missed ... Uber execs talk, new vehicle offerings, and how to conquer issues in maintenance. 

Mobility| October 18, 2019

U of Denver partners with MV, Tripshot to boost campus mobility

The two new routes will collectively have 11 stops, running east and west from the campus.

Management & Operations| October 15, 2019

Passenger rail, bus service boosts real estate values, report finds

The report explored seven metropolitan regions, including Boston, Los Angeles, and Seattle, that provide access to heavy rail, light rail, commuter rail, and BRT.

Technology| October 11, 2019

TransLoc partners with software firm to increase community feedback

With access to PublicInput.com’s software, TransLoc’s partner agencies can now offer riders an easy way to share their input on current service.

Mobility| October 10, 2019

NJ TRANSIT exploring future with autonomous vehicles

Submitted proposal to FTA for a $950,000 grant to test three self-driving shuttles as part of a pilot program.

October 8, 2019

Toronto 'smart city' plan setting a precedent in approach to mobility

Aims to set standards which ensure that no matter where you are, you have access to a variety of transport modes within a certain distance.

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