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BRT combines with Monterey Jazz

The JAZZ Bus Rapid Transit system is now operating after more than five years of planning, identifying funding sources, plus a year to construct and implement the project.

And the survey says…

Accenture determines transit passengers worldwide are willing to pay more for an improved experience.

Predicting the future of payment methods

With the emergence of every new payment technology, there’s a chorus declaring that it will revolutionize payment for products and services.

VTA delves into Bus Rapid Transit

Three BRT corridors emerge as the most promising for Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.

BRT in America: It takes a village

No two BRT systems are alike. Each one requires a mix of characteristics uniquely suited to the individual communities it serves.

YCAT comes of age

By John Andoh
Transit Director
Yuma County Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority
Yuma, AZ

Oregon study offers guide to success for small-city transit

In partnership with ODOT Public Transit Division, the Oregon Transportation and Growth Management Program produced the study with Parson’s Brinkerhoff in Portland.

ALL-ELECTRIC TRANSIT HAS ARRIVED

Six transit agencies debut the Proterra EcoRide BE35 in-service this fall By David Hubbard The all-electric 35-foot Proterra EcoRide™ BE35 transit bus expands its public service this year. Garrett Mikita, president and CEO of Proterra, Greenville, SC, says he could not be more delighted for the six transit authorities nationwide realizing the simplicity of electric […]

IndyGo does more with less

By Michael Terry President and CEO IndyGo Indianapolis, IN Delivering public transportation in American cities requires managerial tenacity and dedication to providing vital service as part of our nation’s infrastructure. Many systems across the country struggle to keep vital transit services on the street due to pressures of the economy on the industry. Costs for […]

Human capital is our most important asset

Of the many initiatives of Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD), our Strategic Leadership Development Program is one of the most important but least known.