WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) – Metro Ride and the Wausau Area Metropolitan Planning Organization are seeking input on the future of public transit in the Wausau metropolitan area. The survey is part of a five-year transit plan to develop transportation strategies in the region. “It is very important to have theRead More →

DePaul students raised concerns about campus safety at the Student Government Association’s first public safety town hall meeting in more than a year. Questions had to be submitted before the event via the Google Form. Public figures including Ald. Michele Smith and representatives from CTA and CPD addressed student concernsRead More →

Photo provided A new program in Monroe County will help connect residents to transportation resources such as Monroe County Public Transportation. Buckeye Hills Regional Council’s mobility manager will open an office inside the former Safe Auto building in Woodsfield in March. WOODSFIELD — Buckeye Hills Area Council officials are workingRead More →

FILE – MARTA CEO Jeffrey Parker speaks during a press conference at the Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. offices in downtown Atlanta, Friday, May 21, 2021. The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority said Parker had passed away. The agency said Parker took his own life on Friday, January 14, 2022, but providedRead More →

Rushing to the green, Houston-area transportation officials have a whiteboard filled with freeway and transit projects slated to begin in 2022, but rolling out all that bitumen means drivers will see a lot more. orange cones and construction areas, leaving some feeling blue. Construction spending by the Texas Department ofRead More →

At Scott Road SkyTrain station. TRANSLIEN renews its tradition of helping customers get home safely by offering customers free public transportation on New Years Eve from 5 p.m. on December 31 until 5 a.m. on January 1. Tariff gates will remain open between these times and customers are advised notRead More →

Although the board did not vote, the La Jolla Community Planning Association received a progress report from Neighbors for a Better San Diego on local housing ordinances during the online meeting of the November 4 from the LJCPA. LJCPA last heard from Neighbors for a Better San Diego in July,Read More →

The rapid transit system by bus championed by Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway has been in the spotlight of recent times. But there’s a bigger change coming much sooner for bus riders: Madison’s entire metro transit system is slated to undergo a complete overhaul by August 2022. That’s two years before theRead More →

Sidewalk taxis are now available as a low cost ride option in the leading multimodal trip planner app NEW YORK, NY –News Direct– Border Cyclists from New York, Chicago, Washington DC and Philadelphia can now access Sidewalk, the leading carpooling app for licensed taxis and rental rides in North America,Read More →

Accompanied by the new Tulare County Regional Transit Authority (TCRTA), a 26,000 square foot building will house administration, a dispatch and operations center and personnel departments. The bays of the maintenance building house diesel and compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles and can park up to 25 buses. The TCRTA wasRead More →

Also: Charlotte is busy fixing her sidewalks, and more in this week’s Mobile City. Welcome to “The Mobile City”, our weekly roundup of remarkable transportation developments. Baltimore Deploys Flexible Transportation Pass Even if knowledge workers are gradually and hesitantly returning to their offices as immunization rates rise, it is highlyRead More →

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Yellow and green taxis in New York City are supported by the Transit app via Curb Transit, the app used by New Yorkers to navigate public transportation, has added support for yellow and green taxis, following integration with the Curb Taxi Mobility Platform. The integration with Curb marks the firstRead More →

Yellow and green taxis in New York City are supported by the Transit app via Curb Transit, the app used by New Yorkers to navigate public transportation, has added support for yellow and green taxis, following integration with the Curb Taxi Mobility Platform. The integration with Curb marks the firstRead More →

After 13 months of construction and $ 3.9 million in renovation costs, the MTD Transit Center in downtown Santa Barbara is preparing to welcome the general public once again. The complete renovation of the premises, built in 1974, includes improvements such as more efficient lighting, newer bus aisles, landscaping andRead More →

The American Association of Public Transportation (APTA) and Transit app today released the APTA Ridership Trends Dashboard, a new resource designed to provide up-to-date, week-by-week estimates of transit ridership for agencies across the United States According to the APTA, transit ridership has increased and decreased rapidly in response to publicRead More →

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Editor-in-Chief APTA and the Transit app offer a dashboard that tracks transit demand and publishes weekly estimates of changing ridership. The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has partnered with the Transit app to track transit demand and publish weekly estimates of changing ridership for agenciesRead More →

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Editor-in-Chief The APTA and the Transit app provide a dashboard that tracks transit demand and publishes weekly ridership estimates. The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has partnered with the Transit app to track transit demand and publish weekly ridership estimates for agencies across the United States.Read More →

Taipei City Council launched a monthly transit pass in 2018 to increase the number of passengers on public transportation. Two years later, the program’s promise to increase ridership has still not been kept. The recurrent debates in the budgetary legislative sessions threaten the existence of the monthly pass. Controversy eruptedRead More →

WASHINGTON, DC (KSNW) – City of Wichita to receive $ 14.2 million grant from U.S. Department of Transportation to build replacement transit center to meet current and future regional transportation needs. The building will connect 17 bus lines, four streetcars, public transportation and stimulate economic development in the West BankRead More →

Plan. To pay. Track. It’s that simple with the new EZFare functionality in the Transit app rolled out on October 23 to serve Metro riders, Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) and Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA). The agencies have teamed up with Transit App, the leader in real-timeRead More →

Getting around a global city like London, New York or Shanghai has become much more complicated in recent years. In addition to public transportation options like buses and subways, travelers can now choose from a myriad of taxi apps, bike rental programs, and new “micromobility” options like electric scooters. TheRead More →

If a person living in Logan Square, Chicago’s hip neighborhood in the city’s northwest, ever wants to travel to the Naperville suburb to visit family without taking a car, they’ve got a multi-stage trip. in front of her. of her. She could take the Chicago L Blue Line, which wouldRead More →

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Thousands of people use public transportation to get to Pittsburgh. Today, a local group wants to help passengers get to their destinations faster. READ MORE: After Pittsburgh-area school districts responded to threats, administrators wondered what they could do Pittsburghers for Public Transit has come to town toRead More →

Improved open data network transit application service for three cities By Amanda Ziadeh July 23, 2015 Three other cities now have real-time public transport information for their commuters, without having to develop or maintain the mobile apps themselves. All it took was improved open data and serious collaboration with civic-mindedRead More →