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Clemson U. Parking and Transportation wins 'Spare the Air' award

Mobility| June 30, 2017

Under the Commuter Choice initiative, Clemson has promoted the Tiger Transit system and introduced a CarShare program and preferred parking for low-emission and electric vehicles, as well as the new BikeShare program.

Driverless shuttle service coming to University of Michigan

Mobility| June 26, 2017

Will use two fully automated, 15-passenger, all-electric shuttles manufactured by French firm NAVYA to transport students, faculty and staff on a nonstop two-mile route.

Government Issues| June 23, 2017

Profile: Jeremy Johnson-Miller, Mobility Coordinator, Iowa Department of Transportation

Upon graduation, he accepted a grant-funded position at an agency in Warren County, outside of Des Moines, that helped low-income people find housing. Speaking with his clients, he saw first-hand the connection between transit and housing, healthcare, job, and educational opportunities.

Rail| June 19, 2017

Brookville to build streetcar fleet for Valley Metro's Tempe line

The Liberty Streetcars will operate along a new corridor connecting Tempe residents and visitors, as well as Arizona State University students with key current and emerging local destinations.

Management & Operations| June 14, 2017

Profile: Jeff Meilbeck, GM/CEO, Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority

When Jeff Meilbeck was 17, he left Chicago to study Outdoor Recreation at Southern Illinois University — the farthest he could get away from the city while still paying in-state tuition. He wanted to be an outward bound instructor...

Mobility| May 22, 2017

U. of Md., Zagster expand bikeshare program

The program — which offers a convenient, affordable and healthy way for people to get on, off and around campus and the city — has grown by 30% since its debut.

Government Issues| May 18, 2017

Higher mass transit use associated with lower obesity rates, study says

Researchers controlled for a number of factors that could influence health or transportation, such as household income, poverty rate, education level, leisure physical activity and access to health care.

Mobility| May 15, 2017

UCLA students choose Uber, Lyft and bus system to get to and from campus

While some students find BruinBus less convenient because it is a bit slower than using ride-hailing apps, UCLA officials say 85% of riders on the free system are students and that ridership is not decreasing.  

Bus| May 4, 2017

Albuquerque Rapid Transit, university partner to upgrade venerable tree grove

As part of the project, the northeast corner of University Boulevard and Central Avenue NE in Albuquerque was redesigned and will be home to ART’s University Station, anticipated to be one of the busiest stations when Albuquerque’s BRT line opens.

May 2, 2017

Leveraging IoT to Modernize Small City Public Transit Systems

The rapid growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) device ecosystem, and the spread of high-speed broadband internet access combine to offer cities of all sizes the opportunity to modernize their mass transit systems. Doing so will enable officials to accomplish two long-standing goals: drive up the usage of public transportation and spur local economic development.

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