Topic : pilot programs

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WMATA set to launch on-demand late-night transportation program

Mobility| June 27, 2019

Known as the After-Hours Commuter Service, the program will provide qualified participants up to 10 discounted rides per week within WMATA’s service area.

OCTA's microtransit fills customer need to help boost ridership

Mobility| June 27, 2019

OC Flex provides on-demand service that takes passengers curb-to-curb within two designated zones.

Bus| June 25, 2019

Boston-area BRT pilots bring faster commutes, public enthusiasm

Public survey responses indicate the pilots sparked new ideas about local street use, with many respondents supporting making the pilot elements permanent or even expanding their reach.

Mobility| May 9, 2019

Takeaways from Denver's Driverless Shuttle Deployment

The project goal is to assess the reliability and availability of an AV shuttle service and its applicability to a transit application.

Rail| March 27, 2019

New Orleans RTA holds off on streetcar changes

Officials had previously said a temporary pilot program to speed up the streetcar could come up for a vote as early as late next month.

Mobility| March 14, 2019

DART, Uber team for new transportation offering

One-year pilot program to provide North Texas riders greater flexibility and more options for their transportation needs.

Mobility| October 1, 2018

Public-Private coalition to launch AV pilot in Grand Rapids

The pilot will bring four May Mobility six-seat, electric shuttles to the streets of downtown Grand Rapids from March 2019 to March 2020.

Rail| July 9, 2018

Chicago's Metra launching 2 fare zone pilot programs

In May, the board of directors approved testing several recommendations that emerged from a study of its fare policies.

Mobility| February 9, 2018

RTC of So. Nevada, Lyft team for 'on demand' paratransit pilot

Will provide the traditional paratransit customer with a same-day transportation option while also being cost-efficient for the RTC.

Bus| December 13, 2016

BC Transit to rollout camera systems across entire bus fleet

The cost of the camera systems is being funded in part by a $160-million agreement with the federal government, which will also help cover the cost of new GPS bus-tracking technology and other upgrades.

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