As rising gas prices make travel more expensive, public transit can help.
Americans are tightening their belts in response to surging gas prices — but travel to jobs, healthcare, and essential services can’t be avoided. Data proves that eschewing private vehicles in favor of mass transit can help.
How to integrate on-demand transit with fixed routes
Watch as Via’s Director of Remix Partnerships, Claudia Preciado, walks through key components of the world’s first On-demand Planning software.
Introducing Remix by Via’s On-demand Planning
Introducing On-demand Planning: The first planning product for on-demand and flexible fleets that is data-driven, integrated with the fixed-route network, and collaborative.
Launching an on-demand transit network in six weeks
It shouldn’t take years to upgrade your public transportation network. Here’s how to launch a microtransit service in a matter of weeks.
A new kind transportation perk for the age of the ‘Great Resignation’
On-demand transportation solutions have the flexibility to function well for employees who prize a hybrid work schedule.
How America’s mayors are transforming their communities with tech-enabled transit services
Hear from 8 innovative mayors on the benefits of their new transit systems.
The deception of a map: how a new feature in Remix tackles old cartographical challenges
Remix’s “offset overlapping lines” feature is new to digital maps, but common to transit maps: learn how we bridged the gap.
Remix helps local transport authorities analyse their networks and plan for the future
Learn how some authorities have used Remix to ease the task of network reviews and maximise the impact of their transport networks.
Data shows that demand-responsive transport is the mode that best matches the UK’s new travel patterns
Digital demand-responsive transport (DDRT) is best positioned to respond to the latest mobility trends in the UK — and is winning passengers back.
One UK city sets out to offer better transport service at a lower cost — and reduces carbon emissions in the process
Milton Keynes kept an eye on sustainability by choosing EVs for its DRT service, and has seen a reduction in carbon emissions as a result.
Filling the gaps in areas with limited or no transit options
Well-planned leads to well-designed. Identifying precisely the areas that need transit the most is halfway to success.
One Florida county improves access and equity with on-demand transit
St. Lucie County - Area Regional Transit makes its whole transit network more accessible, equitable, and cost-effective for local residents after introducing on-demand microtransit.
US DOT provides $1.2B in funding for new Carbon Reduction Program including on-demand transit projects
AVs in public transit open the door for public acceptance of driverless technology
AVs in public transit paves a way for broader public acceptance of autonomous technologies.
How TransitTech can help vulnerable student groups