How TransitTech is a mobility game-changer in Wilson, North Carolina
Rodger Lentz, Chief Planning and Development Officer for Wilson, N.C., walks us through why RIDE, the city’s tech-enabled transit service, is a masterclass in making on-demand mobility work for lower-income, transit-dependent communities.
Advancing equity: Transit leaders discuss how microtransit is a vital public resource.
Transit leaders from Washington, Delaware, and New Jersey discuss how they are using on-demand public transit to increase mobility for historically underserved populations.
What is microtransit and how can it help rural micromobility?
Join the National Rural Transit Assistance Program and Via for a conversation on microtransit best practices with Rodger Lentz, Chief Planning and Development Officer for the City of Wilson, North Carolina and Olivia Blahut, Partnerships Lead at Via Transportation.
Revolutionizing public transit systems in rural communities
Join the Community Transportation Association of America and Via for a conversation with two transit leaders revolutionizing public transportation in Summit County, Utah: Caroline Rodriguez, Regional Transportation Planning Director from Summit County, Utah and Krista Glotzbach, Partnerships Lead at Via.
How to get people to ditch their cars. For real.
Thanks to the Cool ridesharing service, reducing congestion across the island of Malta is no longer a far-flung concept. CEO Laura Jasenaite walks us through how to grow a sustainability-focused service that resonates with riders.
Because bus size shouldn’t matter
On the latest episode of our podcast, The Dispatch, we take you to one Canadian city that’s bursting with creative ways to combine TransitTech with existing infrastructure and resources.
Sen. Doug Jones and Sen. Chris Van Hollen praise microtransit in Senate hearing
The Alabama and Maryland senators spoke about the promise of microtransit, pointing to the success of on-demand public transportation in Birmingham and Montgomery County.
Four city leaders share their experience with microtransit
Transit agencies and cities are looking toward public-private partnerships as potential solutions for providing better transit connections. In places where fixed-route transit may not be feasible given density, connectivity, or other land-use considerations, these partnerships could hold the key.