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Will AVs save the world? History says it's no sure thing

| June 12, 2019

Electric AVs will clear streets of the traffic jams and pollution and save lives, curing the ills wrought by private autos, right?

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

Mobility| June 10, 2019

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

Technology| June 3, 2019

Transit agencies form National Automated Bus Consortium

Created by AECOM, the Consortium is an approach to accelerate deployment and combine the purchasing power and collaborative decision-making.

Mobility| May 24, 2019

Micromobility device users operate without clear, consistent rules: Study

MTI authors concluded that states are the appropriate entity to set comprehensive regulations for personal transportation device riders.

Accessibility| April 29, 2019

Study finds philanthropists, nonprofits exclude people with disabilities

RespectAbility surveyed 969 people who work at nonprofits and foundations, conducted focus groups, and spoke one-on-one with 14 executives.

Rail| April 17, 2019

Report suggests Cleveland should replace entire rail fleet by 2028

While both fleets have had some level of mid-life rehabilitation, each fleet is exceeding the acceptable 30-year useful life for railcars.

Management & Operations| March 19, 2019

Rising costs, new tech among biggest challenges for public transit

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

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%.

Government Issues| October 12, 2018

Calif. could lose $100B in transportation revenue if bill repealed

As an example, in 2040, the mean projection is that the state will collect $8.6 billion with SB1 and $3.4 billion without, a $5.2 billion difference.

Security and Safety | July 26, 2018

New study examines extremist attacks on rail targets

Since 1970, there have been more than 1,000 attempts to derail trains and otherwise attack rail infrastructure.

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