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How can public transport be more resilient to pandemics?

Management & Operations| March 31, 2020

Depending on the status of coronavirus in your city, you will be working to minimize complex risks so that everyone working in and using public transport is safe.

Jersey City's on-demand service growing rapidly

Mobility| March 10, 2020

Via, which operates the service, has experienced steady daily growth and high demand since launch in Jersey City, with an increasing number of both new and repeat riders.

Technology| February 25, 2020

MBTA equips high-ridership bus stops with real-time info tech

The solar-powered electronic ink (E Ink) signs, located at 18 bus stops in several Boston neighborhoods, provides stop-specific info.

Technology| January 28, 2020

INIT mobility app assists visual, hearing, and mobility impaired riders

Includes a travel companion request, which sends a notification to the driver indicating the level of assistance the rider requires.

Technology| January 20, 2020

How GPS tracking can provide certainty for operations, customers

Although the technology has been around for some time, advances allow for more real-time tracking and simplified reporting.

Management & Operations| January 17, 2020

[Video] How BART is using social media to connect with riders

Learn how rail network is using technology and social media to engage with the public and improve the BART experience.

Bus| January 15, 2020

Biz News: New Flyer, Connectpoint, Icomera

CDTA celebrates New Flyer battery-electric buses, digital signage coming to TriMet, and Icomera expands R&D facilities.

January 14, 2020

Understanding how customers feel about paratransit will help us fix it

Virtually every transit agency has a few angry customers, and I used to be one. I depended on transit and when it failed, it was maddening.

January 2, 2020

Want to attract young talent to your city? Start thinking transit

Research suggests that when looking for a place to settle, the most important criteria for those aged 24 to 44 is easy access to transit.

Technology| December 30, 2019

Public transit users can now ask Amazon's Alexa, "Where's my bus?"

A USF researcher utilized a new personalization feature for Alexa to upgrade the OneBusAway skill.

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