public transit

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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