Topic : mobility options

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DART's 'Go' services reimagining public transit

Mobility| May 24, 2018

Powered by technology, these new services include app based trip-planning and ticketing, microtransit, and dynamic carpooling.

15 transport, tech cos. sign shared mobility principles for livable cities

Mobility| February 1, 2018

Together they account for 77 million passenger trips per day and inform the travel decisions of 10 million people each day.

Mobility| December 4, 2017

COTA to interview three candidates for CEO post

The new leader of the transit agency likely will determine if COTA remains a bus company, implements light rail or takes advantage of its SmartColumbus connection.

Mobility| June 19, 2017

Cleveland RTA launches vanpool with Enterprise

The cost-neutral program called VanShare is open to those drivers and riders who are residents of Cuyahoga County, or who have a destination in Cuyahoga County.

University| December 5, 2016

UW-Milwaukee gets top bike-friendly campus ranking

There are now 164 "Bicycle Friendly Universities" in 44 states and Washington, D.C.

Mobility| October 24, 2016

U. of Iowa ridesharing program could cut campus commuter costs in half

Users of the RideShare progame can be matched for carpooling, biking, walking, and even as bus buddies. UI users also can calculate money saved, miles traveled, and emissions reduced.

Mobility| October 13, 2016

BCycle unveils new smart bike, mobile app and electric bike

The company is the first bike share company to integrate bike share with public transit in the U.S.

Accessibility| December 1, 2014

Wash. agency provides hands-on rider training

C-Tran has offered travel training in some form for years, but the agency recently hired Veronica Marti in 2013 to coordinate the program full-time. Marti often meets with riders as an introduction, and then accompanies them on one or more trips, offering guidance along the way.

Accessibility| December 1, 2014

Del. DART's new flex service a hit

Launched as an effort to better meet the community’s transportation needs, the new Flex service, which can deviate up to one mile off of its set route to pick up riders, operates as a hybrid between DART’s fixed-route buses and paratransit buses that provide door-to-door transportation to qualified riders through reservations made 24 hours in advance.

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