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Riding the WAVs

At the Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) hearing today, the de Blasio Administration will propose a rule to make New York City’s taxi industry — and its traditional car service counterparts — better serve the public.

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Expanding What’s Possible: an Interview with Minneapolis’ Lisa Bender

During her time in office, Minneapolis Council Member Lisa Bender has authored numerous policies to create a safer, stronger transportation system.

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The New Bus Campaigners

Buses are a relatively inexpensive and flexible form of transit that American cities could be making much better use of.  Thanks to new advocacy campaigns, we think we’ll see buses turning around.  

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Hey MTA: Here Are Five Qualities of a Useful Transit Dashboard

Where the MTA and Cuomo administration may decline to tread, graduate students have stepped in to fill the void.

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LA Metro Walks the Walk

Few transit agencies invest in street infrastructure around bus stops and stations. Today, however, Los Angeles Metro is taking a different and noteworthy approach.

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TNCs in SF: No Longer Self-Driven

It makes sense that the birthplace of many emerging mobility services would be one of the first cities to take a proactive approach to managing them.

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TransitCenter Goes to the Panorama

And you thought getting to the Panorama at the Queens museum was hard! Imagine if you couldn’t use stairs.

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Cap & Ride

Portland’s transit system has become one of the first in the US to adopt a fare payment policy designed to end the problem of people who can afford the least paying the most.

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Fixing NYC’s Buses: 2017 Report Card

One year from the Bus Turnaround Campaign’s launch, we’re offering a review performance of the bus system and the progress of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the NYC Dept. of Transportation.

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LA Metro Moves to Save Bus System

Since acknowledging that plunging bus ridership is a problem in Los Angeles, L.A. Metro is moving on several fronts to try to stabilize and recover bus patronage.

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