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Moovit launches on-demand service to transport essential workers

Mobility| April 3, 2020

The new solution has already been implemented in several cities by large corporations to shuttle employees safely to work.

METROspectives podcast launches with ABA's Pantuso, CTAA's Bogren

Management & Operations| April 2, 2020

The new podcast, hosted by Managing Editor Alex Roman, is focused on public transportation, the private motorcoach industry, and all things mobility.

Mobility| April 2, 2020

JTA, Beep, and NAVYA AVs help transport Mayo Clinic COVID-19 tests

On Monday, up to four autonomous vehicles began operating along an initial route, in full autonomous mode without attendants or other people onboard.

Security and Safety | April 1, 2020

Fla.'s PSTA completes installation of driver safety shields

A total of 202 buses are now equipped with the protective barriers.

Management & Operations| April 1, 2020

Bergener named deputy CEO at OCTA

She takes over for Kenneth G. Phipps, who retired earlier this month after nearly three decades at the transportation agency.

Management & Operations| April 1, 2020

RATP Dev USA names new CEO

Arnaud Legrand has directed technical teams and projects for 21 years in complex transit operations, such as railway tests and aeronautical maintenance. 

Mobility| March 31, 2020

Hytch Rewards app launches ‘Shelter in Place’ feature

Will pay daily cash rewards to sponsored U.S. residents who self-quarantine at home.

Mobility| March 31, 2020

Shared-Use Mobility Center to provide tech assistance for 25 mobility projects

The IMI grantees, which will be awarded approximately $20.3 million, will execute innovative mobility solutions in urban, suburban, and rural areas.

Zero Emissions| March 31, 2020

New York state makes $18.4M available for zero-emission buses

Funding is available to replace existing diesel-powered transit buses with model year 2009 and older engines, which must be permanently removed from service and scrapped.

Mobility| March 30, 2020

ViaVan introduces dynamic mobility solution for essential workers in Berlin

From March 25 to April 19, the BerlKönig will suspend regular operations, and the service will exclusively provide free on-demand rides for medical and nursing staff during night-time hours.

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