6 steps to launching a microtransit service in weeks, not months. Learn how.

A tale of 3 cities: Using transit to expand economic opportunity

Watch now: Seattle's King County Metro and Memphis Area Transit discuss innovative transit models.

There’s little doubt that public transportation can be a catalyst to kick a local economy into high gear. Increasingly, the most innovative city leaders are coming up with creative ways to deploy a relatively new type of transit to meet their communities’ specific development goals. Microtransit, which is capital-light and quick-to-launch, is having a measurable impact on job, healthcare, and educational access nationwide.

Interested in learning more about how cities are designing and launching microtransit services tailored to meet their economic development goals? Curious to hear the results from these services? Watch now to hear how microtransit has increased access to jobs, schools, and healthcare by more than 40% in transit-rich cities like Seattle, Washington, car-dependent regions in Memphis, Tennessee, and rural communities like Wilson, North Carolina.

Presenters include:

Casey Gifford, Senior Planner, King County Metro

John Lancaster, AICP, Chief Development Officer at Memphis Area Transit

Olivia Blahut, Director, Via​