$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.
Rider profile: Meet Chinaemere
A project manager in Arlington, Texas develops passion for sustainable mobility through her experiences with on-demand transit.
Want to get riders excited about transit? Go electric.
Our latest survey results are in and the verdict is clear: riders are more interested in riding public transit if the service is electric.
4 ways Via’s Electrifier makes electrifying microtransit easy
Thinking of incorporating EVs into your microtransit fleet? With Via’s Electrifier, our new electric fleet simulator, we can help you move toward electrification, faster.
Electric vehicles cost 40% less to maintain than gasoline cars
Our Data Snack series takes a visual approach to the world’s most important transportation insights. Understand the newest trends so that you can make your next transit decision with confidence.
$700M available for electric charging and alternative fuel infrastructure
The Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Discretionary Grant (CFI) Program provides $2.5 billion over five years in competitive grants for states, local governments, and other entities to install electric vehicle chargers and alternative fueling stations.
Building on-demand transit: 8 key elements to consider for a successful launch
Microtransit — or, on-demand public transportation — can work in many scenarios to solve specific mobility challenges in your community. Whether you work at large transit agencies, small municipal governments, or any public sector in between, this microtransit guide is for you, addressing everything you need to know for a successful microtransit launch.
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.
Michigan Mobility Grants open now: Launch an innovative mobility program with seed funding from MEDC
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) hosts the Michigan Mobility Funding Platform that provides grants to mobility and electrification companies for innovative pilots in Michigan
FHWA launches 2021 Surface Transportation System Funding Alternatives grant program
The Federal Highway Administration invites states or groups of states to apply for funding to demonstrate user-based alternative revenue mechanisms.
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.