Filling the gaps in areas with limited or no transit options
Well-planned leads to well-designed. Identifying precisely the areas that need transit the most is halfway to success.
In transit planning, on-demand is essential for low-density cities
Cities and rural areas that lack rider density are using a new model of mobility to capture the scattershot population.
The key to successful transit planning: complement fixed routes
For many transit systems, fixed-route service is the heart and soul. Ensure your new mobility programs complement, rather than cannibalize, fixed routes.
Cities are transforming transit deserts with data-driven planning
How can we make traveling easier and more convenient for people living in transit deserts? Cities are using a data-driven approach to solve the problem.
Long walking distance prevents people from using transit. Here’s how to change that.
Ensuring acceptable walking distances to transit stops is key in network design. Learn a tech-enabled solution that helps cities greatly expand the reach of fixed-route networks.
Bus Service Improvement Plans (BSIPs) are only the beginning
How to take your Bus Service Improvement Plan from ideation to execution using tech-enabled transport planning and operation tools.
5 ways technology can improve the public engagement process
How can transit agencies make service planning conversations clearer, easier, and more inclusive? We’ve got a few ideas.