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The Angels and Villains of Public Transit, According to Twitter

Management & Operations| February 13, 2015

Users have not been kind to public transit, a recent USC study shows.The nation’s top agencies earn more ire on the social media site than airlines and evoke as much disdain as police departments. Many systems had more angst directed at them in 140 characters than did the Internal Revenue Service.

SF State students look to increase bicycle usage

Sustainability| October 6, 2014
Following a survey of students at the university, the classes report recommended new bikeways to make students’ commutes safer, as well as providing more secure and convenient bike parking.
Accessibility| September 5, 2014

Conn. study finds relationship between transportation access, unemployment

The study found a connection between transportation opportunities and unemployment rates in different neighborhoods within the city, ranging from 3% in high-income neighborhoods to as high as 20% in low-income neighborhoods.
Bus| August 21, 2014

Las Vegas mobility network study focuses on Strip

Between the visitors and the employees, the Strip hosts an estimated 155,000 people per square mile—a density that approaches that of Manhattan on a business day, with cars remaining the overwhelming transport option. The plan is expected within the next year and a half.
Accessibility| May 16, 2014

Transit investment increases U.S. growth potential, study shows

Will lead to 50,700 jobs per $1 billion invested, with 28,900 jobs per $1 billion attributed to the productivity gains enjoyed by households and businesses.
University| February 3, 2014

Ohio State hires firm to assess transportation needs

Will evaluate school's short- and long-term goals to align with an initiative that identifies OSU’s long-term goals and how to achieve them.
October 15, 2013

Transportation funding and service cuts affect more than just riders

Across the country, transit is experiencing record ridership growth. The increase in commuters is not only good for transit organizations’ revenue; proximity to train stations and transportation centers can boost property values for surrounding communities and spur new construction of transit-oriented developments, shopping centers and other businesses. But what happens to communities when the “T” in the TODs is no longer there?
Bus| October 8, 2013

Denver RTD releases corridor study

The study team led by HNTB was contracted by RTD to provide an objective analysis of transit options for the northwest area which include commuter rail and bus rapid transit.
Mobility| October 1, 2013

APTA Report: 70% of millennials go multimodal

The study shows that while car-sharing, bike-sharing, walking and car ownership will all play a part in the multi-modal network, public transportation is ranked highest as the best mode to connect to all other modes, according to 54% of millennials polled.
Rail| June 21, 2013

Chicago Transit to conduct rail study

The analysis is being performed in coordination with the Village of Oak Park, which has contributed local funding to analyze livability issues near Blue Line stations in Oak Park and in Chicago, as well as the IDOT studies in the corridor.

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