Based on work from NABSA’s Research and Data Committee, this blog provides insights into the different options for creating a more seamless transportation ecosystem.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County will take over the operation of Houston BCycle, Houston’s only bike-sharing program.
Heartland Bike Share is introducing 14 new stations along the Omaha Rapid Bus Transit (ORBT) route, creating vital first and last-mile connectivity.
A new paper explores the challenges facing U.S. transit riders without bank accounts or smartphones, and offers solutions to ensure they’re not left behind.
Residents can now purchase BCycle and VIA Metropolitan Transit passes using Transit app, making multimodal trips easier than ever before.
Nonprofit MoGo is working in conjunction with Alta Planning + Design to analyze its current station locations and better align them with bus stops.
A new report identifies the ways cities can drive sustainability and equity goals through the integration of multimodal trips.
In Nashville, the public transit agency WeGo is working with Bird, Lime and Spin to share data, fill in mobility gaps and collaborate on station siting.
A recent study suggests that bike share does indeed play a role in solving the first-/last-mile problem.
Last week, a collaboration between Southern Nevada’s transportation agency, Bicycle Transit Systems, BCycle and Transit app went live.