Austin voters approved Proposition A, an 8.74-cent property tax to fund $7.1 billion of planned transit investments in the state capital of the Lone Star State, in November 2020, culminating decades of transit advocacy. Then the real work started
As transit agencies grapple with significant ridership losses during the COVID-19 pandemic, many are looking to bring back riders by selling fare passes in bulk to employers, schools, and other large institutions.Read More
This post was written by guest contributor James Brasuell. Across the nation, many state-level elected officials talk about reducing transportation...Read More
A four-part series on the challenges facing the transit industry’s central office workforce. Read parts one, two, and three. By...
Our Equity Dashboard evaluates how well Boston residents could access essential destinations like healthcare, jobs, and grocery stores via public transit from February 2020 through early August 2022.Read More
We're excited to release the second issue of Subtext - a zine project aimed at creating space for women to share their stories and experiences of working in the transportation field in their own words, through the mediums that most resonate with them.
As 24/7 operations with an evergreen potential for emergencies, transit agencies have a built-in level of stress that is always on. But the transit workforce is at a breaking point because there hasn’t been enough slack built into systems.Read More
A four-part series on the challenges facing the transit industry’s central office workforce. By Laurel Paget-Seekins There are not enough...Read More
The TransitCenter Equity Dashboard tracks how people can connect to services and amenities by public transit in seven U.S. cities....Read More