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A growing number of transit agencies recognize that policing cannot serve as a one-size-fits-all response to crime - real or perceived.
With its flexible routing, microtransit can seem like the solution to longstanding first-mile/last-mile challenges. But microtransit has inherent limitations, and the results don't justify the hype.
From New Jersey to Denver to Los Angeles, transit agencies across the US are experiencing an alarming bus operator shortage.
Federal transportation policy in the US has largely failed to produce useful transit. While the lion’s…
In addition to being service providers, transit agencies are major employers. But the demographics of transit…
Having children is often associated with increases in car use. But this need not be the…
When it comes to addressing urban transportation problems, autonomous vehicles are not the answer. And yet,…
How do you make transit more useful for everyone? Investing in service frequency is a sure…