The Movement Celebrates Its First Year With A Look Back

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Well, we just hit a year’s worth of weekly episodes of The Movement Podcast. What a year. I’m so grateful for the things I’ve learned, the guests that have joined me, and the possibilities for the future. 

A Transportation System for the 21st Century: OnDemand in Johnson County Kansas

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Over the last five years, the Kansas City area has been a hotbed of innovation for transportation. This includes consolidating fixed-route and paratransit into a single regional service and brand, RideKC, and creating a regional same-day mobility solution that provides older adults and persons with disabilities the same flexibility and mobility opportunities as riders without disabilities. Innovation also included Johnson … Read More

Creating Vibrant Cities: Going Above and Beyond Traditional Transportation

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Last week several members of the TransLoc team traveled to New York City for the 2019 ACT International Conference. This year’s conference brought together over 650 professionals from across the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe to discuss a wide range of transportation topics and solutions to enhance mobility in communities worldwide. There were 40 educational sessions focused … Read More

Microtransit is a Value Investment

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“You have to understand the makeup of Montgomery County and how much area we’re serving. We could no longer afford to put fixed route services in those areas, but they’re still going to get better service, through these new mobility options.” – Brandon Policicchio, Chief Customer and Business Development Officer, Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority, Ohio At TransLoc we believe … Read More

Microtransit Puts Opportunity Within Reach

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This is probably one of the most exciting things that’s happened in public transit in my lifetime. We’re creating the future.” – Mayor Jeffry Wosje, Plymouth, Minnesota. Midsize metropolitan areas are growing, and traditional transit is struggling to serve those rapidly growing populations and shifting demographics. In rural areas, fixed-route buses are often limited or non-existent, impeding access to opportunities … Read More