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Word on the Street: Your November transportation update

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We’re using data to debunk the most common microtransit misconceptions.

Electrifying private vehicles is good, but not enough

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Three surprising pricing strategies to drive transit ridership and revenue

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In the case of on-demand transit, pricing models that might look like money pits at first glance can, in fact, rev up ridership and bring in more revenue. We have the proof.

Building better public transit in rural America

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In the wake of the pandemic, we have an opportunity to finally build reliable and equitable transportation in rural America. It starts by thinking differently about public transit.

“It’s a no-brainer”: A conversation with David Marsh on tech and rural mobility.

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The Capital Area Rural Transportation System serves 72,000 square miles around Austin, Texas. We sat down with the agency’s General Manager, David Marsh, to talk candidly about how rural providers of all sizes can take advantage of technology.

Report: Cooee Busways sets the gold standard for on-demand transport

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What does the best of on-demand transport look like? Take a look at Cooee Busways, powered by Via.

Word on the Street: The great transit comeback of 2020

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From Malta to Utah, we’ve pulled the data and consulted the experts to bring you all of the latest in public transportation.

Microtransit myth: App-based transit means people without smartphones miss out

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Not so fast. Some of the best microtransit services have web portals, call centers, and even physical kiosks to make booking a ride easy for virtually any passenger.

Microtransit myth: People prefer the predictability of fixed route transit networks

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Giving passengers more choices and control, while shrinking wait times from upwards of an hour to just a few minutes? Many operators are siding with microtransit.

Microtransit myth: On-demand transit isn’t new — you’ve just stuck an app on it

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Yes, dial-a-ride has been around for decades, but advancements in technology are replacing the dated service with something passengers actually want to ride.

Microtransit myth: Cities have already tried on-demand transit, and it failed

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Those looking back at Chariot, Bridj, or Slide may say microtransit is a failed experiment. The facts: Microtransit today is drastically different (and more successful) than it used to be.

Microtransit myth: On-demand public transit is too expensive

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Think going on-demand will drain your budgets? Think again. See the proof that shows communities can actually save money when switching to microtransit.

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