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PSTA's Lyft partnership hits 10K rides milestone

Accessibility| November 11, 2019

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

PSTA fast tracks new safety barriers to protect bus drivers

Security and Safety | June 11, 2019

Planned safety upgrades come less than three weeks after HART bus driver Thomas Dunn was murdered on the job by a passenger.

Mobility| November 27, 2018

Transit adds ride-hailing options to PSTA app

Allows users to plan, book, and pay for a ride from either Uber or Lyft, while getting real-time updates on their PSTA bus connection.

Bus| August 27, 2018

WAVE partners with BYD, PSTA for wireless bus charging tech

Company offers a commercially available wireless charging system at 50 kW and 250 kW.

Mobility| December 15, 2017

Fla.'s PSTA taps Transit as its official app

Transit has an easy-to-use interface that features PSTA’s real-time arrival information, a trip planner, and stop-by-stop directions.

Mobility| January 19, 2017

PSTA brings together Uber and Taxi to get people on the bus

New program uses Uber and United Taxi to pick up bus-stop-bound riders within eight specific zones throughout the county.

Mobility| October 31, 2016

Fla.'s PSTA expands partnership with Uber, Lyft across entire county

Branded as Direct Connect, the second pilot program is designed to give low-cost Uber, Lyft, or taxi rides to designated bus stops to allow more citizens access to PSTA’s primary bus lines.

Management & Operations| September 12, 2016

Question of the Day: Uber, Lyft - Friend or Foe?

We asked top public transit officials, including Brad Miller, Matthew Tucker, Carm Basile, Karl Gnadt, Kevin Kane, Rob Gannon and Nathaniel Ford Sr. if they see services like Uber and Lyft as a threat to public transit or as potential partners?

Sustainability| July 25, 2016

APTA recognizes TheRide, Calif.'s VTA for sustainability accomplishments

First started in 2009, 133 public transit agencies and businesses have signed on to the APTA Sustainability Commitment. Currently, 38 signatories have received recognition.

Mobility| July 21, 2016

PSTA, Uber partner to offer disadvantaged residents free, on-demand rides

The $300,000 grant-funded pilot demonstration, awarded by the Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged, is aimed at helping low-income, unemployed residents overcome transportation barriers to employment.

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