public transit

Photo of bus driver wearing personal protective equipment outside his bus
Bus drivers are on the front lines delivering groceries and medicine to older adults.
Whether traveling to work, a restaurant or coffee shop or even the hospital, consumers have more transportation options than ever before. And as both new and re-formulated technologies fuel the continued expansion of the local transportation market with new services and companies – both public and private – it’s easy to think that now is the best time to be a local commuter.
On the whole, public transit still offers a more consistent, and often cheaper experience for all customers who need to get to work, school, or to a doctor
With already-available technology, every provider of door-to-door transportation service become linked
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Open data and strong data security are key elements that can accelerate the pace of development of mobility as a service (MaaS)
An aerial map of Mueller, a walkable, transit-oriented development five miles outside of downtown Austin, Texas
It may seem a bit of a disconnect, but Texas, an expansive state connected by hundreds and hundreds of miles of highway, is home to a new study showing that pedestrian-oriented, activity-friendly “walkable communities” result in a healthier and more socially supportive and engaged population.
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