How might a federal program to fund transit service be structured? What difference would it make for transit riders?Read More
Four years after the More MARTA referendum, what improvements are now tangible for Atlanta transit riders, and what can riders expect to see in the next four?Read More
For the ten U.S. regions with the most transit ridership, we estimate that CARES Act funds will cover agency shortfalls for an average of 5.4 to 8.3 months. For agencies in the rest of the country, CARES Act transit funds will last 12.6 to 20.8 months, on average.
Fast, frequent transit that people can walk to is the key to increasing urban transit ridership. That’s the main conclusion of “Who's On Board 2016: What Today's Riders Teach Us About Transit That Works”...Read More
This week, TransitCenter spoke with Binh Dam and Simon Berrebi about a new initiative pioneering unique forms of citizen engagement...