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In order to keep and attract riders, transit must be frequent, fast, and reliable. Maintaining frequent,…
The MTA's adoption of a new fare payment is an opportunity to pursue policies that can make transit faster, easier to understand, and fairer for the nearly nine million riders who rely on the MTA every day.
Shifting people away from private vehicles and into more efficient modes should be an obvious policy priority for urban leaders concerned about climate change.
Service contracting is a tool that government can use to improve transit service quality for riders and better position transit agencies to succeed in today’s dynamic transportation industry.
The United States population is aging rapidly, and transit agencies should respond to these changing demographics by making urban transit and paratransit more accessible and useful for older residents.
If you build it, will they come? As more and more American cities invest in transit,…
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and New York City Transit (NYCT) operate the least accessible major subway system in the country for people who require stair-free access.