Women in TransitTech
Female innovators building equitable, inclusive transportation
Whether behind the wheel, designing networks, or getting entirely new programs off the ground, women are leading the way in innovative public transportation. Here are a few that we're celebrating this Women's History Month.
How microtransit helps people get to work
Data proves microtransit boosts the economy in many ways — expanding or even creating access to jobs and making US communities more connected to economic opportunities.
Data proves that microtransit is improving transit access for affordable housing communities
Affordable housing and transit should go hand-in-hand. Jersey City, New Jersey, is using on-demand transportation to achieve just that.
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.
Two years of TransitTech in Jersey City
Here are counties where residents spend at least 50% of their income on transportation
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.
3 cities, 3 different approaches to increasing transit equity with microtransit
Transit leaders from Delaware, New Jersey, and Washington share how on-demand public transit is helping historically-underserved populations access more mobility choices, more easily.
Ditching the private vehicle for a greener post-pandemic future
#StayHome has been our mantra for more than a year, resulting in huge environmental benefits. But how can we sustain this trend? We have a few ideas.
Mayors on microtransit: How local governments can influence — and implement — transit solutions for their residents.
In March, we spoke with two US mayors to learn more about how they brought on-demand transit to their cities. Watch the full conversation, or just read some of the highlights, below.
Jersey City improves access to affordable and reliable transit through on-demand service
Low-income residents rely on the flexible microtransit network, with the service providing more than twice as many rides than it did prior to the pandemic.
What will bring your riders back? We asked them.
Our survey of nearly 600 individuals across four unique cities revealed the reasons they’re staying away from public transit — and what it will take for them to return.