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Denver RTD Access-a-Ride Food Delivery Program

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 Regional Transportation District (RTD) example below offers a large transit agency perspective and ...

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Denver RTD Partners with Masabi and Uber for App Development

Brief Summary Denver’s Regional Transportation District (RTD) partnered with Uber. In this agreement, customers on Uber’s app can discover and pay for RTDs’ services alongside Ubers’ ridehailing options. Masabi supports the payment technology ...

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Examples of Mobility on Demand Policies and Public-Private Partnerships to Increase Accessibility

For questions about this report, please contact Judy Shanley. Ph.D.,  Easterseals Director, NCMM: jshanley@easterseals.com or Albert Benedict, Research Manager, Shared-Use Mobility Center: Albert@sharedusemobilitycenter.org Brief Summary ...

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Gainesville Autonomous Transit Shuttle Pilot Program, Gainesville, FL

Brief Summary In late 2017, The Gainesville, FL Regional Transit System (RTS) began working with Transdev Services to develop and launch an autonomous passenger shuttle system to connect the city’s downtown, Innovation Square, and the University ...

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Integrated Mobility Services with Connect2Transit, Marin County, CA

Brief Summary Marin Transit and the Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM) partnered to host a suite of mobility programs called Connect2Transit. Both Marin Transit and TAM transportation agencies operated separate iterations of these mobility ...

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Lessons from the BATA Link On-Demand Pilot, Traverse City, MI

Brief Summary BATA transitioned its dial-a-ride service, City Link, into a mobility on-demand service called Link On-Demand. With Link On-Demand, customers can request shared point-to-point rides in real-time. BATA supported the Link On-Demand ...

Little Roady Autonomous Shuttle Pilot, Providence, Rhode Island

This case study on the Little Roady 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 ...

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Lone Tree Link: a Last-Mile Leader

Brief Summary The Lone Tree Link is a fare-free shuttle in Lone Tree, Colorado, a suburb of Denver. This service addresses the first-/last-mile problem at the end of the Denver Regional Transit District Light Rail system.  The shuttle runs on ...

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Managing the Labor Shortage at Transit Agencies

Brief Summary Transit agencies across the United States are experiencing a significant shortage in labor, that the COVID-19 pandemic has worsened. This shortage is negatively impacting the services they provide to the public. Employees at transit ...

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Marketing Mobility on Demand Projects

In our discussions with Mobility On Demand (MOD) practitioners and others, we have found that marketing innovative new modes and services is a critical yet challenging piece to running a successful MOD project. In December the Shared Use Mobility Center, ...

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