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L.A. Metro awards contracts to study congestion-pricing plan

Management & Operations| September 27, 2019

The study will also include the specific upgrades to public transit and first/last-mile solutions.

New funding could help boost transit services for late-shift workers

Mobility| September 4, 2019

These workers have inadequate access to public transit services, which can prevent some from accessing better job opportunities.

Management & Operations| August 26, 2019

JTA has $198M impact on city's economy, report finds

The Jacksonville Transportation Authority's services saved customers more than $23.4 million in transportation-related expenses.

Government Issues| June 24, 2019

Support for raising Federal gas tax continues to rise, finds Mineta report

Seventy-five percent of respondents supported a 10¢ increase in the gas tax if the revenue raised is dedicated to maintenance projects.

Rail| June 18, 2019

WMATA to study 3 rail lines to address region's future needs

The first phase of the study will assess key issues and trends and document why improvements to the lines are necessary.

June 12, 2019

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

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

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.

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.

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