By analyzing subway swipe data, we found that adding a 30-day option to the MTA's fare-capping pilot would benefit the riders who need fare relief the most.Read More
The potential of LA Metro's recent bus network redesign is being held back by an extreme operator shortfall. We used our Transit Equity Dashboard to analyze what riders are missing out on.
In this post, we’re drilling down into 2021 service levels across mode in the seven highest ridership cities to see the choices agencies are making about how to allocate service, as well as to gauge the impact operator shortages are having.Read More
Our latest report reveals a yawning gap between the demographics of transit riders – primarily women and people of color – and leadership at transit agencies – primarily white men.Read More
TransitCenter joins over 35 foundation leaders, environmentalists and civic activists in calling on philanthropy to increase its grant-making to advocates for public transit.Read More
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act–the “bipartisan infrastructure law” signed last year–offers limited relief when it comes to operating transit service. But the good news is that it represents a sea change when it comes to capital investment.Read More
Agencies implementing bus network redesigns have to effectively communicate to riders how route changes will affect them.Read More
We’re thrilled to release the first issue of Subtext, a zine created by members of the Women Changing Transportation cohort.
The TransitCenter board of trustees elected Ratna Amin as Chair for the 2022-23 term, and added Aminah Zaghab and Monica Tibbits-Nutt as new board members, effective at the board’s first meeting of the year on February 11 in New Orleans.Read More
California may be on the verge of a breakthrough that makes it a national model for states to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector.Read More
The national transit operator and maintenance worker shortage is nothing less than an emergency, resulting in cuts to transit service affecting millions of riders.Read More