The British city revolutionising its public transport network with demand-responsive tech
Providing efficient, cost-effective transport that helps reach sustainability goals has always been part of Milton Keynes’ long-term plans. But the COVID-19 pandemic has served as a catalyst for making demand-responsive transport part of the city’s immediate future, explain Adele Wearing, Strategic Lead for Passenger Transport at Milton Keynes Council, and Councillor Lauren Townsend.
How transit should help address inequality in America’s cities
We caught up with Gabe Klein, Cofounder of Cityfi, to talk about urban mobility, sustainability, and equity and whether there’s a place for on-demand in the future of cities.
The city that brought microtransit to rural America
Rodger Lentz, Chief Planning and Development Officer for Wilson, North Carolina, reveals why a small city 40 miles east of Raleigh is investing in the future of transportation.
What to do when space runs out
Talking traffic in Tel Aviv with bubble Dan’s General Manager, Itai Rogatka. Could this new on-demand, shared option solve a longstanding transportation puzzle?
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.
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.
Doctor shares tips and tricks for designing the safest possible public mobility service
Getting people back on the roads safely and confidently is no easy feat. We regularly consult with a top epidemiologist on some of the safety challenges our industry now faces, as well as what we can do to address them.
Less is more: How one town is growing its public transport during a pandemic
In the latest podcast, hear how Sevenoaks increased the efficiency of their rides in one month by operating fewer vehicles, driving fewer miles, and spending significantly less time behind the wheel.
How Austin cracked the code on suburban and rural public transit
In this episode of our podcast, learn how the city’s Pickup service is drawing passengers back to public transportation at an accelerated rate after COVID-19, even in rural neighborhoods.