Topic : ridership

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How transit agencies can leverage new mobility

| January 21, 2020

To help solve connectivity gaps, potentially win back transit riders/ expand to a broader market, and propel a culture shift toward multi-modalism.

WMATA's rail ridership up 20K trips on weekdays in 2019

Rail| January 16, 2020

The agency reports that customer-focused improvements implemented last year contributed to the increase in rail ridership.

Management & Operations| January 14, 2020

FTA initiative will make $11M available for mobility innovation

The goal of the new service models is to encourage travelers to choose transit.

Bus| January 14, 2020

How to improve transit bus on-time performance: Part 2

Key factors to focus on include, adequate/accurate running and deadhead times, recovery time, and enough operators/vehicles.

Mobility| January 13, 2020

Ridesharing links can boost transit use in the suburbs

Two-thirds of people who took advantage of inexpensive rideshare trips in a pilot project used them to travel to or near bus stops.

Mobility| January 13, 2020

4 questions to ask before investing in microtransit

Cities can build a better version of the bus — one that operates dynamically, without routes and schedules, but still promotes shared trips to cut down on congestion.

Management & Operations| December 23, 2019

New D.C. Metro labor contract incentivizes ridership growth

The agreement includes an additional 1% wage increase in years when the agency’s ridership improves 2% or more over the previous year.

December 17, 2019

5 predictions for public transportation in 2020

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

Management & Operations| December 11, 2019

Public transit ridership up for third quarter of 2019: APTA

This includes a rise of 5.46% for heavy rail, 4.38% for commuter rail systems, and 0.59% for all bus systems.

Mobility| December 11, 2019

King County Metro ceases operations of 2 on-demand pilot programs

The pilots were designed as 12-month research projects to test innovative solutions to immediate transportation needs.

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