Three cities redefining paratransit with new technology
Fed up with traditional services, cities are implementing new systems that allow paratransit riders more freedom.
3 ways cities can build more accessible transportation for people with disabilities
Finding accessible transit options can be an overwhelming task for people with disabilities, but it shouldn’t be. Check out a few ways that truly help make transportation equitable, and accessible for everyone.
Using TransitTech to improve the 4 most important paratransit metrics
Evaluating paratransit can take many forms, but there are some critical metrics that stand out. Find out how to give those numbers a boost.
The role of TransitTech in creating equitable access for the disability community
Paratransit’s role is shifting amongst communities investing in on-demand microtransit, delivering huge cost savings for cities and quality of life improvements for riders.
Making transportation budgets work harder — and smarter
Local governments have an opportunity to make public transit more cost-efficient by using existing resources in new ways.
Women in TransitTech
Women in TransitTech: Patricia Kiewiz.
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.
Cities ready to modernize paratransit may have a new solution
Outdated paratransit services are notoriously unpredictable for riders and transportation agencies alike, but some cities are turning to new technologies to find a fix at long last.