Our panelists discuss their backgrounds and trajectories to their current roles, and reflect on how work environments can support the inclusion and advancement of women through the transportation ranks.
Some of the best transit agencies in Europe, including London and Stockholm, effectively use competitive bidding to contract transit operations to private companies.
Can we rebuild transit in New York while construction costs remain sky-high?
Join TransitCenter and our panel of transportation experts and business and civic leaders for a discussion of the Governor’s congestion pricing plan and what it will take to implement it in New York City.
Nature and urbanity can go together, and so do trails and transit.
Congestion pricing is back on the table in New York City. With the NYC subway in a state of emergency, bus ridership plunging and traffic levels worsening each year, New York needs to find new funding for transit and policies to better manage its streets. As New York ultimately failed to implement congestion pricing, Stockholm […]
Do you just love public transportation? Could you entertain and educate an audience with a 6-minute presentation on it? Prove it.
Join TransitCenter for our panel with perspectives from riders, agencies, and technology developers to discuss visions for the future for how to best improve rider experience.
New York City’s buses and subways are in decline, and riders are paying the price in unreliability and delay.
Considering all we know about air pollution, sprawl, and climate change, rational people justifiably wonder why so many regions in the U.S. continue to be so hell-bent on widening highways. Why? One of the drivers behind this seemingly inexorable trend is an arcane formula that highway planners use to justify it: “Level of Service” (LOS). […]