Rider Profile: Meet Vincent.
On-demand transit helps car-free residents like Vincent get around the entire Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area.
Rider Profile: Meet Franklin.
On-demand transit in Fort Worth, Texas, helps Franklin save money with affordable, efficient transportation — connecting him to both work and fun.
Rider Profile: Meet Jeremy.
On-demand transit gives Jeremy* an affordable way to get to school, work, and anywhere else in Arlington, Texas.
Rider Profile: Meet Synethia.
Local microtransit service RIDE has been Synethia’s go-to transportation mode since the day it debuted in Wilson, NC.
Meet the On-Demand Transit Riders of St. Louis, Mo.
On-demand transit gives St. Louis residents an affordable, convenient way to reach jobs and run essential errands within their city.
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.
Rider Profile: Meet Jane.
On-demand transit in Fort Worth, Texas, gives Jane* a faster, safer way to get to and from work — especially late at night.
Listening to the locals: New data shows how to bring public transit back during COVID-19.
A recent survey of Pittsburgh residents makes the answer clear: an on-demand option can help the Steel City reach its full transit potential.
Three surprising pricing strategies to drive transit ridership and revenue
In the case of on-demand transit, pricing models that might look like money pits at first glance can, in fact, rev up ridership and bring in more revenue. We have the proof.
Data proves microtransit won’t cannibalize traditional public transit. Here’s why.
Recent data reveals microtransit isn’t poaching passengers from fixed routes, but rather increasing ridership for all modes of shared mass transit.
Building an on-demand transit network: Choose the right components for your city
Learn how different elements of an on-demand transit network can solve specific challenges in your city.