3 ways to save money with microtransit
Cities and transit agencies across the country are using microtransit to save money while delivering higher-quality service: read on to learn about three ways we can measure those savings.
What’s next for the UK’s National Bus Strategy?
BSIP funding has come in way under what was previously promised. We dig into funding that is still available to fund innovative, technology-driven transport enhancements.
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.
How 10 transit agencies and cities found funding to build and grow turnkey microtransit services
Finding the cash for new TransitTech is often half the battle. Here are nearly a dozen ways cities are funding new and growing on-demand public transportation networks.
The solution to rural mobility will leverage both new technology and existing local resources
How new technology and traditional community transport can work together to solve the rural transport crisis.
Fewer than 40% of areas get BSIP funding: how those left out can still level-up their services
BSIP awards fell well short of what’s needed and what was promised, but aspirations for better, highly efficient and more reliable bus services shouldn’t be left behind. Authorities are thinking creatively to bring riders back — with even fewer resources.
How to write winning grant applications with Remix
Explore three ways Remix customers use our data analysis and visualization tools for grant applications.
Microtransit for Old Town Roads: Planning and funding rural on-demand transit in the Southeast.
There have traditionally been major roadblocks to building reliable rural public transportation in the Southeast. But today, rural communities are tapping new funding to build successful on-demand public transit networks.
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.
FAQ: Funding for Transit in the CARES Stimulus Package
With $25 billion on the table for transportation, cities and transit agencies have a lot of questions about the new CARES bill. We have answers.