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TransLink launches shared mobility fare payment pilot

Mobility| October 25, 2019

Approximately 200 employees from 14 organizations are set to take part and will be able to view expenses for each mode at the end of the month in one convenient location.

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

University| September 23, 2019

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

Management & Operations| September 13, 2019

Valley Metro adds to executive leadership team

Alexis Tameron Kinsey joins as chief of staff and senior advisor, while Abigail Cooksey-Williams joins as manager, transportation demand management.

Technology| August 27, 2019

TransitScreen to bring transportation data to commercial properties

Partnered with Captivate to provide tech to property managers, who typically purchase separate solutions to showcase transit information.

Mobility| August 19, 2019

Columbus launching first city-managed payment platform

Siemens Mobility and Bytemark, will integrate all mobility provider payments — spanning both public and private mobility options.

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 16, 2019

NYC ride-sharing study has implications for policymakers

The fact that Uber and Lyft are companies primarily driven by profit raises significant equity concerns.

Zero Emissions| July 2, 2019

GreenPower delivers 3 vehicles to California operation

The EV-Star is a 25-foot bus that can be customized with executive seating, wheelchair lifts, and high-density seating configurations.

Mobility| June 27, 2019

Las Vegas strip rideshare celebrates expansion in star-studded event

Nearly 200 attendees welcomed the Trip to Strip vehicle and Las Vegas celebrity guests.

Mobility| June 10, 2019

Despite alt. transit options, U.S. drivers spend 12% more time in cars

Walking, biking, riding a train or subway, and using a taxi or ride sharing service showed a downward trend.

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