Public transit isn’t dead: Three ways cities are upgrading their networks
Cities are getting creative and exploring changes to draw people back to public transportation and get the economy moving again.
It’s up to technology to save public transit
Shared, safe mobility is one of the most critical elements to our economic recovery — without this foundational piece, we won’t be going anywhere.
Technology can save public transportation. Here’s how.
The bus is ready for a comeback, with cities implementing seven new technologies to revive ridership while optimizing costs.
A flight to single-occupancy vehicles could undo progress in reducing congestion
COVID-19 has people turning their backs on public transportation and flocking back to personal vehicles. Can cities find new ways to entice riders back to shared travel?
The stagnant state of public transit
Is aging public transportation infrastructure in the U.S. reaching a breaking point?
How cities are making it easier to age in place
Cities and community leaders are investing in new kinds of on-demand public transit, making it more convenient for local seniors to regain their freedom.
The top four questions to ask before investing in microtransit
As public transportation ridership declines and traffic congestion reaches an all-time high, transit leaders are looking to build a new on-demand solution, especially in the wake of COVID-19.
Leveraging on-demand data to improve public transit in the age of privacy concerns
Mobility companies must be smart about managing data to protect customers’ privacy.
How cities can fix dwindling public transportation ridership with microtransit
Whether it's a big city, small town, car-oriented suburb, or rural area, every city has different mobility challenges. Microtransit is providing a solution.