How Sharp Financial Acumen Can Loosen the Grip on Local Transit Budgets

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The questions circling the future of public transit have put transit professionals in a precarious position. How will you predict the level of service needed to meet the demands of your riders? How fast will the demand for ridership come back to pre-COVID-19 levels? How will business, schools, and leisure travel change? Will our world be relegated to shopping online … Read More

Public Transportation Funding: Doing More with Less

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Public transportation in the United States is currently in a state of crisis. A shock to no one, the COVID pandemic – and the associated changes in how we live, work, play, and move about our communities – has a deep impact on public transit. Ridership is down upwards of 75%, meaning fare revenue is down about the same. As … Read More

Doing More with Less: Art or Science?

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During the last week of October I attended the Rail~Volution transit conference. While the sessions were timely, insightful and thought-provoking, I couldn’t help but notice the eight-ton elephant in the room: COVID-19. Even when we don’t talk about it, COVID is present. However, there was one session that widened my perspective on the private sector’s role in community planning in … Read More

COVID-19 Customer Survey Results

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As our nation continues to navigate the changing landscape of the COVID-19 pandemic, we took an opportunity to survey our customers and hear firsthand the daily challenges and obstacles that transit agencies and operators are facing. The survey was divided into four sections: marketing & communication, resilience planning, operations, and funding. 

The Procurement Breakdown

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The realm of public procurement can be confusing to navigate, which is why we’ve put together this easy-to-follow guide on what each type of procurement request is and when to implement it. Keep in mind, every state and agency has it’s own set of regulations surrounding procurement, so regard these as general guidelines only when deciding how to move forward … Read More