Metro Magazine

Can transit go zero-emissions by 2035? With Dan Raudebaugh, executive director of CTE

The Center for Transportation and Environment recently conducted an analysis, which projected that public transit systems could go zero emissions by 2035 at a cost of between $56.22 billion and $88.91 billion. Dan Raudebaugh, Executive Director of the Center for Transportation and the Environment, or CTE, joins METRO’s Alex Roman to discuss the center and its work, as well as the report, including how it was put together, what some of the challenges of transitioning may be, and much more.


The Long Haul Ahead for Intercity Bus Operators with Joseph Schwieterman

Learn about the Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development's annual report of the scheduled motorcoach sector, Greyhound's decision to cease Canadian operations, and what the future holds for traditional major players in the market.

BRT, the Pandemic's Impact on Teamwork, and More with EMBARK's Jason Ferbrache and Jesse Rush

Learn how Oklahoma City's EMBARK are implementing initiatives such as an eight-mile, 32-stop BRT line, as well as how they view mobility post-pandemic.

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