Topic : ride-hailing

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How to transform riders’ hectic holiday travels into a MaaS-terful experience

| December 19, 2019

The transit agency has the opportunity to play a part in stitching together otherwise fragmented discrete legs of the trip into a seamless journey experience.

5 predictions for public transportation in 2020

| December 17, 2019

Thoughts on mobility data, climate issues, public space, ridership gains, and autonomous vehicles.

University| September 23, 2019

Via to provide on-demand safe-ride program on Northwestern campus

The new rideshare option for students will operate seven days a week during the fall, winter, and spring quarters.   

Technology| September 17, 2019

Americans would rather drive themselves to work than use AV: Study

Driverless cars aren’t commercially available yet, so people are not familiar with them or may be leery of the technology.

Technology| August 26, 2019

How Collaborative Technology is Driving the Transportation Revolution

Organizations recognize need to offer diverse accessible transportation options and are rethinking the way they plan, build, and operate assets.

Mobility| July 23, 2019

TNCs divert riders from public transit, cost MBTA $20 million: Study

Analysis shows ride-hailing companies add traffic, reduce MBTA ridership, and increase greenhouse gas emissions across region.

Mobility| July 15, 2019

Ride-hailing services may be driving up traffic deaths

Arrival of ride-hailing is linked to an increase of approximately 3% in the number of motor vehicle fatalities and fatal accidents, study says.

Mobility| June 4, 2019

RTC debuts on-demand ride-share service on Las Vegas strip

"Trip to Strip" gives riders the opportunity to travel to popular Vegas hot spots without the hassle of traditional ride-share services.

Accessibility| May 6, 2019

Transit Increases On-Demand Options for Wheelchair Users

While many have found success expanding mobility options for its paratransit clients, many agencies are now looking to provide that same level of service to those that need wheelchairs and other ambulatory devices.     

Management & Operations| April 25, 2019

NYC has longest commute time via car and transit, study says

At just 26 minutes, San Diego was named as the U.S. city with the shortest average commute time.

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