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Metrolink adds Lyft partnership to offer 'train to plane' service

Mobility| December 6, 2019

Fifty-two Metrolink trains make stops Monday through Friday at the stations where the free Lyft service is offered.

Via, UTA partner for on-demand pilot

Mobility| November 25, 2019

The project is intended to further enhance connectivity to UTA’s TRAX light rail and FrontRunner commuter lines.

Mobility| November 21, 2019

Ride-share co. Juno shuttered, parent partners with Lyft

Gett serves over 15,000 companies, including one-third of the Fortune 500.

Technology| November 12, 2019

Zonar announces grant assistance program

Will help fleets throughout vocational, pupil, mass transit, and commercial trucking industries identify, secure, apply for, and manage grants.

Accessibility| November 12, 2019

MV lands Sun Metro paratransit contract

The company will be responsible for operations, maintenance, reservations, customer service, and rider eligibility certification within the LIFT system.

Accessibility| November 11, 2019

PSTA's Lyft partnership hits 10K rides milestone

The service is tailored for those who because of their disability, are unable to independently use the regular, accessible PSTA buses.

Mobility| November 11, 2019

Via, partners launch 'VetRides' on-demand program in D.C.

The program is aimed at supporting veterans as they re-engage with the community and the workforce.

Zero Emissions| November 1, 2019

BYD, AMPLY partner for electric vehicle charging infrastructure, services

The partnership formalizes the relationship as the two companies begin to deploy several electric bus customer projects, with the earliest expected to launch this year.

Technology| October 30, 2019

Visa transit partner program expands tech solutions, expert network

Simplifies process of identifying the right partner/expertise, streamline testing/implementation, to expedite overall time-to market.

Motorcoach| October 28, 2019

Prevost and industry historian Bill Luke look back at 95 years

Drawing from his experience as a woodcraftsman, Eugene Prevost began by building a passenger compartment for a truck in 1924.

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