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Report finds on-demand transportation can boost public transit usage

Mobility| November 12, 2019

For the report, “On-Demand Transit Can Unlock Urban Mobility,” the BCG researchers analyzed four services in the U.S. and Germany.

N.Y.'s MTA joins UN agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Sustainability| November 8, 2019

The agency is only the second government entity in the U.S. to commit to a science-based target to drive down greenhouse gas emissions.

Zero Emissions| October 3, 2019

L.A. Metro reduces NOx emissions by 50% in 2018

Report provides an annual evaluation of the agency’s sustainability performance measured across 10 specific performance metrics.

Technology| April 19, 2019

$3M available for innovative solutions to improve New York transportation

NYSERDA and NYSDOT will award the funding as part of a two-step competitive process.

Technology| March 28, 2019

GreenPower delivers 3 more electric vehicles to the City of Porterville

The order brings the city’s electric bus fleet to eight EV350’s.

 

Government Issues| October 29, 2018

More than 90% of the world’s children breathe toxic air every day

In 2016, 600,000 children died from acute lower respiratory infections caused by polluted air.

Mobility| January 3, 2017

[Exclusive] Rotterdam's 'Mobility Story' includes Mix of Transport Modes

There is much more to the Dutch vision of transport than the somewhat shocking prevalence of bicycles being used by all types of people throughout the city.

Rail| December 27, 2016

VW windfall could help clean up diesel train emissions at Chicago's Union Station

Agreement stipulates the money from the German automaker must be used to reduce lung- and heart-damaging nitrogen oxides emitted by diesel trains, buses, ferries and equipment.

University| December 12, 2016

Texas A&M working with EPA to optimize fleet performance

The research team will monitor the engine (speed, RPM, load, and other parameters) data along with GPS information in order to analyze the bus fleet drive cycles, and identify characteristics such as idle time and speed distribution.

Government Issues| March 18, 2014

Paris makes public transit free, restricts car use to combat smog

For the fourth consecutive day, regional trains, the Paris subway and bus system, the Vélib’ bike-sharing program and Autolib’ car-sharing service have been free.
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