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.
How America’s mayors are transforming their communities with tech-enabled transit services
Hear from 8 innovative mayors on the benefits of their new transit systems.
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.
Rider Profile: Meet the Paratransit Riders of Green Bay, Wis.
TransitTech gives all Green Bay-area residents a convenient, accessible way to get around town.
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Outdated paratransit services are notoriously unpredictable for riders and transportation agencies alike, but some cities are turning to new technologies to find a fix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.
Three cities redefining paratransit with new technology
Fed up with traditional services, cities are implementing new systems that allow paratransit riders more freedom.