Topic : public transit

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Have you thanked your 'essential' service worker today?

| March 25, 2020

When panic surrounding the coronavirus began to ramp up in my area, I’ll admit, I was right there with everyone else stockpiling up...

How to create a viable alternative for cities without public transit access

| March 25, 2020

Imagine a robust public transit system, at the snap of a finger, could be in full swing in small- to mid-sized cities across the U.S.

Management & Operations| March 24, 2020

How congestion pricing can help provide relief, restore mobility

Improves the quality of travel without requiring states or cities to raise taxes or undertake large, expensive capital projects.

Management & Operations| March 23, 2020

Congestion cost Americans nearly $88 billion in 2019, report says

For the second consecutive year, Boston ranked as the most congested city in the U.S.

Government Issues| March 23, 2020

FTA makes $11M available for innovation in transit

The AIM challenge grants will help transit agencies explore new service models that provide more efficient and frequent service, which will help retain riders.

March 12, 2020

Helping transit agencies prepare for COVID-19 with no-cost contingency plans

Agencies are left to figure out how best to provide transit service while minimizing the spread of the virus and contending with expected drops in ridership and driver availability.

March 9, 2020

10 reasons not to panic about the coronavirus

What we certainly have is a pandemic of fear...But it is also right that we must not panic... there are causes for optimism.

Sustainability| February 26, 2020

Ride-sharing apps create 69% more emissions than trips they replace

Frequently replace lower-carbon options — such as public transit, walking, or biking — that consumers might have used otherwise.

Management & Operations| February 21, 2020

Best and worst cities for commuting on public transportation

The No. 1 ranked public transportation network allows riders to get nearly anywhere in the area within 30 minutes.

Management & Operations| February 20, 2020

The car remains king in L.A. despite growing public transit options

Survey finds a perceived lack of safety and convenience are dissuading people from using public transportation.

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