Topic : shared ride programs

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Via unveils its first autonomous vehicle service as pilot

Mobility| July 11, 2019

The partnership with local bus operator Busways and tech provider EasyMile serves a community in New South Wales, Australia.

Massport plan mitigates airport congestion by tweaking TNC operation

Mobility| May 14, 2019

Board voted to reduce certain fees and add incentives to Logan International Airport's Express service to help boost ridership.

Mobility| April 29, 2019

Via expands on-demand ride program in Chicago

All shared rides within Evanston will be a low $3 flat fare.

Mobility| April 10, 2019

Via launching on-demand rides in Indonesia

The vehicles hailed by the TRON mobile app will run in two zones, with each trip set at a fixed-fee of just .35 cents.

Accessibility| December 24, 2018

Linking Research to Practice to Advance Accessible Transit

How partnerships between public agencies, universities, and the private sector are driving innovative research-based approaches.

Technology| June 28, 2018

Calif.'s LAVTA, partners launch shared autonomous vehicle testing

Partners on the SAV project include GoMentum Station, as well as First Transit, which will provide staffing, maintenance, and operation support.

Mobility| June 25, 2018

First Transit to pilot shared autonomous vehicles on public roads

In a partnership with LAVTA, the pilot is the first operation of a SAVs on a public road by a transit agency in the state of California.

Mobility| June 20, 2018

IndyGo, 5 more agencies to receive mobility-on-demand innovation assistance

The Shared-Use Mobility Center, in partnership with the FTA, will provide resources to aid development of mobility-on-demand projects from around the country.

Mobility| June 7, 2018

Lyft app upgrade improves shared rides, integrates with cities, transit

The first two integrations are with Calif.'s Transportation Authority of Marin and the Big Blue Bus in Santa Monica.

Mobility| May 7, 2018

Redefining Traditional Public Transit to Integrate Mobility Services

The DCTA — a transit agency just north of Dallas — is expanding its focus to provide “mobility” instead of delivering “public transportation.”

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