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.
The new rules of transit advocacy
In this episode of “The Dispatch,” Transportation for America’s Beth Osborne suggests that a future with more remote work options might mean a future with more on-demand transit.
How to successfully launch and grow an on-demand service
An introduction to on-demand transportation
The global transportation market is ripe for redevelopment, with intense traffic congestion and outdated or overwhelmed infrastructure — both physical and digital — requiring new solutions that radically rethink transportation. Thankfully, a number of leading cities are rapidly adapting to meet these challenges using on-demand transportation.
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.