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Transit Value Index Survey

We polled 1,200 Americans (ages 18+) who currently use transit and/or regularly used transit before the pandemic and found that transit riders are eager to get back on the road, but they’re demanding changes from transit agencies to rebuild their confidence in using public vehicles. Continue Reading “Transit Value Index Survey”
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Planning for Uncertainty with Flexible Transit

As economic recovery mounts, ridership is growing - but with increased ridership, agencies are beginning to experience longer wait times and added pressure on existing services. Fortunately, transit agencies have adapted their services for the better, meeting the evolving needs of riders and setting themselves up for future flexibility. Continue Reading “Planning for Uncertainty with Flexible Transit”
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A Human’s Guide to Shopping for Microtransit

Not everyone’s a techie, so we’ve created a guide, specifically for humans, that outlines things to look for when considering microtransit vendors. (No robots need apply.) This guide is meant to help transit agencies understand more about working with new vendors, based on different themes, in hopes of finding the right (people) partners. Continue Reading “A Human’s Guide to Shopping for Microtransit”