Linden LEAP Shuttle along the South Linden Route. Credit: Smart Columbus Facebook Page
The Smart Columbus Initiative used part of a $50 million grant from the US Department of Transportation to pilot the Linden LEAP autonomous shuttle. The Linden LEAP launched in February 2020 in South Linden, a historically disinvested ...
In early 2021, the City of Arlington expanded a public mobility-on-demand (MOD) program city-wide.
Arlington previously completed two other autonomous vehicle (AV) pilot projects with separate partners, EasyMile and Drive.ai.
The City of Centennial contracted with Lyft, a transportation network company, to offer customers subsidized fare-free shared rides to and from a nearby light rail station. Customers could travel between the light rail station and anywhere ...
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Bridj is a microtransit company that suddenly discontinued its operations in the United States in 2017.
Bridj provided on-demand flexible route services to customers in areas like Boston and Kansas City.
Microtransit is a novel ...
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This case study on San Jose is part of a collaboration between SUMC and the Hewlett Foundation that aims to explore a broad array of electric and shared mobility pilot projects across the U.S. and to build greater understanding of these innovative projects ...
This case study is part of a larger review of Public Transit Food Delivery Programs that have popped-up across the country in response to COVID-19. The Charlevoix County Transit (CCT) example below offers a rural perspective and a complimentary case ...
A picture from one of the community meetings held for the Car Sharing and Mobility Hubs in
Affordable Housing Pilot Project discussed below. Credit: https://www.transformca.org/sites/default/files/TransForm-Community-Transportation-Needs-Assessment-Report.pdf
This case study discusses several mobility pilot projects and how planners used community engagement strategies to work with the community members to identify and address mobility barriers.
Specific challenges and solutions discussed ...
This page serves as a centralized hub for insights into how the COVID-19 virus has impacted cities and transportation sectors, the resulting travel restrictions, and how agencies and operators have responded.
Frank Lee, Director of Transportation at CPACS, conducts a survey with the Burmese community on a shuttle to the flea market
CPACS Ride began in October 2020 as a community-led Mobility on Demand system, with the goal of coordinating trips between multiple transit agencies in Clarkston, GA, a suburb of Atlanta home to many immigrant and refugee communities.