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UMA's Michael Talks Taking Helm, State of the Industry

In an exclusive Q&A, the UMA's President/CEO discusses what drew him to motorcoach, his short- and long-term goals since joining the association in October, and the opportunities for growth operators are currently experiencing.

Intercity Buses take Surprising Turns as a Traffic Recovery Unfolds

Competition on most major routes is again fierce, accentuated by the expansions of FlixBus, carriers catering heavily to Spanish-speaking populations, and a bevy of lines operating from the vicinity of New York Canal Street, home to the city’s Chinatown neighborhood.

5 Ways Tech Will Transform Public Transit in 2021

With mobile ticketing, upgrades to reduce emissions, and even the creation of e-scooters, technology is making transit more accessible and appealing for users, while also reducing its environmental impact.

How We Got to the Third Wave of Micromobility

Despite the headlines of the mass layoffs and consolidation, COVID-19 didn’t destroy micromobility. In fact, if the history of the internet is a guide, the third wave will be larger than ever.

TransLink to Test Copper Coating on Transit

The project is part of a study that will see various copper-based products and a protective coating called organosilane installed on SkyTrain and buses to test how effective these agents are at destroying viruses and bacteria on transit.

Why Taxis Still Matter in Today’s Transportation Landscape

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on entire industries, and the transportation industry has been no exception. For the first time in its 115-year history, New York City’s subways stopped running in a planned shutdown that’s still affecting the city’s residents today.

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