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The Paradox Prize to Connect Nonprofits with COVID-related Transportation Needs to Area Transit Agencies with Available Resources

On Apr 25, 2020
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New "matchmaking" feature added to website; Round 3 winners to get started on pilots.

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On Apr 25, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
The @thefundneo Paradox Prize initiative has awarded 3 grants to #transit agencies & nonprofits in Ohio to create innovative #mobility solutions, like #transportation-specific workforce development and access to #EV #carsharing. https://t.co/XyVmAK6qLx
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Solutions sought to ease NEO worker mobility obstacles

Too many of the region’s workers face an intractable scenario: no car, no job; no job, no car.  This stems from a set of untenable choices: a commute by public transit that can be as long ...

Cleveland moves forward with bus transit plan

Stantec has been picked for a study that will lay the groundwork for a bus rapid transit programme in the US city of Cleveland.

USDOT renews fight against human trafficking in transportation sector

The department will focus on training, raising public awareness and awarded 24 transit projects with funds to prevent human trafficking and improve safety on transit systems.

Federal Transit Administration Announces $16.6 Million to Improve Transit Access in Selected Communities Around the Country

WASHINGTON – The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) today announced that it has awarded a total of $16.6 million to 20 organizations around the country to support comprehensive planning ...

Multi-Car Owners May Pay Sustainability Fee to Fund Memphis Area Transit

Called a 'sustainability fee' by Mayor Lee Harris of Shelby County, the proposed fee would apply only to households that have three or more registered vehicles, about 17 percent of county ...

How public transportation provides key lifelines during COVID-19

Across the globe, public transit has connected the most vulnerable with everything from health appointments to grocery delivery, showing its power to adapt during a crisis.

Mobility Hub Newsletter: July 3, 2019

Register today for next week’s SUMC webinar on data sharing Wednesday, July 10, 2019 12 PM CT A primary challenge for transit agencies implementing Mobility on Demand (MOD) solutions is ...

Moving Forward with Mobility Hubs

The Past, Present, and Future of Transportation Mobility hubs are the train stations and bus depots of yesterday, and incorporate today’s new mobility options like rentable scooters, bike ...

Defining the role of government in the new mobility ecosystem

“New Mobility” is a term that is sweeping the globe and a concept that is revolutionising how people get from point A to point B and everywhere in between.

I’m on the Verge of Breaking-up With San Antonio

Congestion, motor vehicle crashes and fatalities, air pollution, energy consumption, public health and quality of life are strongly correlated with how far we drive, commonly measured as ...

Via and SacRT launch on-demand public transportation in Sacramento

Uber and Lyft are about to get some competition from Via and SacRT's on-demand public transit system in Sacramento, California.

Can Cities Lift the Quality of Life with Better Mobility Options? (Contributed)

Columbus, Ohio, wants to boldly change how cities integrate communities and transportation with Smart Mobility Hubs in what could be a new way forward for multimodal travel.

2019 APTAtech: Transportation Technology Conference - Program

Session sponsored by Vix Technology (USA) Inc. Moderator Michael Veltri, 2nd Vice Chair, Fare Collection Systems Committee; Vice Chair, Fare Collection Systems - Programs & Planning ...

How lagging late-night transit harms vulnerable workers

A new study details how night-shift workers suffer from poor transit options—and ways to make the overnight commute better

For Mobility as a Service to succeed, consider it more as a policy than an app

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) holds a lot of promise as a way to reduce the number of single occupancy vehicles on the road as well as address equity concerns. MaaS is a way to