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Helping transit agencies create a COVID-19 exit strategy at no cost

Mobility| April 21, 2020

An immediate return to previous levels of service will not be feasible in many cases, given the changes wrought by the pandemic that need to be addressed in transportation exit plans.

Transit, rideshare partnerships may rise in post-pandemic era, new study argues

Mobility| April 14, 2020

The uncertainties created by coronavirus crisis, the authors maintain, have made it more important than ever for agencies to explore the potential of partnerships.

Mobility| March 30, 2020

RTC expands specialty service to help senior citizens during COVID-19

The RTC has long offered 12 Silver STAR routes to connect senior living communities and various shopping areas, offering senior citizens convenient access to grocery stores, banks, and more.

Management & Operations| March 13, 2020

New Flyer partners to enhance workforce development, recruitment, and more

The Community Benefits Framework will complement local agreements that New Flyer establishes with transit agencies and community partners across America.

Management & Operations| March 6, 2020

Denver RTD's fare discount enrollment exceeds 4,600 in 7 months

Provides a 40% discount to riders ages 20 to 64 and whose gross household incomes are at or below 185% of the federal poverty level.

Technology| February 28, 2020

9 startups tapped to bring cutting-edge tech to MTA, other area agencies

More than 130 companies applied to be part of this year’s program, which focuses on three topics that were jointly chosen by the participating agencies.

Management & Operations| February 24, 2020

Tapping real estate assets to maximize monetization

Carmen Taveras, NJ Transit's first chief, real estate, economic development, and TOD, discusses implementing a strategic plan that maximizes the value and revenue of its real estate assets.

Management & Operations| February 20, 2020

U.S. DOT makes $1B in BUILD grant funding available

The maximum grant award is $25 million, and no more than $100 million can be awarded to a single state.

Rail| January 29, 2020

Naming rights agreement leads to SEPTA rebranded rail station

Partnership with Penn Medicine represents SEPTA's fourth major station renaming agreement in recent years.

Motorcoach| January 20, 2020

Motorcoach survey: Business solid, opportunities for operators await

While 82% report that business is up or at least flat, the opportunities for further success for many continue to depend on the ability to identify and retain drivers, as well as control costs.


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