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We train leaders, board members, and agency staff to build useful transit. Our research and national opinion work informs our trainings and technical assistance to those taking action to improve urban mobility. As a research organization, advocate, and funder, we are setting a transportation reform agenda for the nation.
TransitTools are a series of data and arguments for advocates furthering useful transit and vibrant cities.
Check out the first of these tools, a fact sheet explaining Why Uber Won’t Kill Transit
Does Elon Musk understand urban geometry?
-Jarrett Walker, President, Jarrett Walker & Associates
2.5 million bus riders per day are forced to rely on service that is undependable and slow. TransitCenter has convened a coalition of advocates and civic technologists to implement proven solutions for the country’s busiest bus network. Learn how to turnaround your bus here.
Turning around New York's bus system takes the same determination and optimism that turned the City's subway system from its greatest liability into its greatest asset.
– Gene Russianoff, NYPIRG Straphangers Campaign
We are developing the performance indicators that will be used to evaluate the 11 awardees of the Federal Transit Administration’s Mobility on Demand Sandbox Program.
Yardsticks historically applied to evaluate transit service like increased ridership may not be as appropriate in today’s environment of enhanced mobility options.
-Chris Pagnilinan, Program Director
NACTO and TransitCenter are working with the city transportation departments and transit agencies in Indianapolis, Denver, Cambridge and Oakland to use NACTO’s Transit Street Design Guide to transform existing streets into great transit streets.
By linking design innovators to pathbreaking projects, the Transit Accelerator program is empowering agencies to get their best ideas on their streets, putting transit and people at the heart of our cities
-Linda Bailey, Executive Director, NACTO
The Center for Neighborhood Technology’s All Transit Tool is the largest single centralized source of transit stop and frequency data in America. It increases the public understanding of the value of transit by measuring transit access, connectivity, and its relationship to economic indicators. Use the tool here.
Using AllTransit, transit advocates will be able to find data and statistics to support advocacy efforts with greater ease than ever before.
-Scott Bernstein, President of CNT
TransitCenter and the Institute for Transportation & Development Policy have joined together to offer a dynamic new training program for transit agency board members.
Transit agency boards have the power—often more so than agency staff or elected officials—to craft policies and set out visions that make transit stronger and more useful.
-Stephanie Lotshaw, Program Director