Getting people where they need to go: microtransit provides an easier, more accessible way for local communities
GoZone, an on-demand service in Denton County, Texas, is making public transit truly accessible to all community members.
3 key considerations when designing your autonomous transit service.
Learn how four distinct communities designed AV services that work for them.
The future of autonomous vehicles is in mass transit
Why the future of autonomous vehicles is through shared, public transit — not single-occupancy, private vehicles.
How to make autonomous transportation useful
Learning from real-world examples, we’ll show you how to leapfrog to a new TransitTech paradigm while solving for real public transportation needs.
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.
Is on-demand public transit now mainstream in the US?
With more than 100 services across nearly 40 US states, on-demand transit has become a core part of how communities move.
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 Jane.
On-demand transit in Fort Worth, Texas, gives Jane* a faster, safer way to get to and from work — especially late at night.
Building better public transit in rural America
In the wake of the pandemic, we have an opportunity to finally build reliable and equitable transportation in rural America. It starts by thinking differently about public transit.
“It’s a no-brainer”: A conversation with David Marsh on tech and rural mobility.
The Capital Area Rural Transportation System serves 7,200 square miles around Austin, Texas. We sat down with the agency’s General Manager, David Marsh, to talk candidly about how rural providers of all sizes can take advantage of technology.
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.