$32.65 million in funding from the California Air Resources Board available for sustainable transportation projects
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is offering funding through the Capacity Building and Planning, Clean Mobility in Schools, and Sustainable Transportation Equity Project programs.
Innovative microtransit projects among the awardees of nearly $800M in TIRCP funding
CalSTA’s TIRCP funding will support large-scale transit projects throughout California that will reduce GhG emissions and congestion while improving the quality and safety of transit service.
Partner Q&A: Talking integrated mobility with Golden Empire Transit
In a conversation with Via’s Partnerships Lead, Krista Glotzbach, Golden Empire Transit’s IT Supervisor, Robert Williams, explains why integrating their services has unlocked more efficiency, bigger cost-savings, and greater farebox recovery.
3 key considerations when designing your autonomous transit service.
Learn how four distinct communities designed AV services that work for them.
Learn how one California city is reducing emissions with on-demand transit
West Sacramento is a greener city after introducing microtransit in 2018 as an alternative to private car travel
California HVIP reopens voucher program offering discounts for hybrid and zero emission vehicles.
The program provides up-front discounts on transit vehicles; incentive amounts range from $240,000 for large fuel cell buses to $60,000 for small electric shuttles.
California’s 2022 Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program highlights microtransit as an eligible use case: call for applications opens on Nov. 19
TIRCP provides $500-600M in funding of large-scale transit projects that will reduce GhG emissions and congestion while improving the quality and safety of transit service.
Fleet electrification and the transition to shared, low-carbon mobility.
Cities are investing in new technology that makes planning, managing, and scheduling a fully electrified fleet — or a mixed fleet — easier than ever before.
3 cities and agencies deploying integrated mobility solutions
A growing number of transportation providers across the nation are turning to integrated mobility to suit their unique needs.
Women in TransitTech
Women in TransitTech: Maria Arce.
In honor of International Women’s Day and throughout the month of March, Via is proud to profile a number of changemakers driving real innovation in their communities. Enjoy the story below, and then check out the rest of the series.
Creative ways to fund on-demand public transportation and microtransit in California
Finding the funding for new TransitTech is often half the battle, even in a place where improving equity and reducing carbon emissions are key priorities for the state. Here are numerous ways cities in California are creatively funding new on-demand public transportation networks.
Is on-demand public transit now mainstream in the US?
With more than 100 services across nearly 40 US states, on-demand transit has become a core part of how communities move.
Bay Area cities take microtransit for a spin
Two Bay Area communities share their experience launching on-demand transportation services in public-private partnerships.