Topic : ridership

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Tempe Streetcar critical to expanding rail service

Rail| April 1, 2019

The 3.7-mile track circulates around the ASU campus, through downtown Tempe, and along a rapidly growing business district.

Rising costs, new tech among biggest challenges for public transit

Management & Operations| March 19, 2019

Key findings from a report by CellPoint Mobile looks at what has challenged agencies and what they must do to embrace those challenges.

Management & Operations| March 6, 2019

Downtown Seattle tunnel moving to rail-only operations

The change, which is set to take place later this month, will impact 830 daily King County Metro trips, according to the report.

Mobility| February 25, 2019

Denver's RTD launches new microtransit service

FlexRide provides an option for commuters to make first- and last-mile connections to and from RTD transit stations.

Technology| February 25, 2019

Visa, partners bring contactless fare payment to worldwide transit operators

Rather than installing brand new turnstiles or hardware, transit operators can install the Visa SAM, which is based on secure EMV® contactless technology, directly into existing systems.

February 25, 2019

How AVs, TNCs and public transit will shape the future of transportation

In the next three to 15 years, autonomous vehicles will be the norm for commuting and other trips.

Rail| February 22, 2019

Sound Transit light, commuter rail services see boost in 2018 ridership

Overall, the agency's ridership for 2018 grew 2.9% to more than 48 million riders.

Management & Operations| February 6, 2019

COTA experiences largest ridership increase in 3 years

The 3% increase in ridership occurred despite 2018 being the wettest year on record for Columbus.

Management & Operations| February 5, 2019

Super Bowl weekend doubles MARTA ridership

On Super Bowl Sunday, 155,000 customers took MARTA rail to enjoy activities downtown and see the big game.

Mobility| January 24, 2019

Report finds ride-hailing services impacting public transit ridership

After TNCs enter a market, heavy rail ridership can be expected to decrease by 1.3% and bus ridership by 1.7%.

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