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The Story of Green Raiteros: A Shared & Electric Lifeline for California Farmworkers, 2020

This case study on Green Raiteros 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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Transforming Transit into Mobility at The COMET, Columbia, SC

Brief Summary The COMET uses various mobility services that supplement its fixed-route bus system. One of The COMETs’ mobility programs, The COMET On The Go, subsidizes specific trips with transportation network companies (TNCs). Lyft and Uber ...

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Using COMPASS to Navigate Cecil County, MD

Brief Summary Cecil Transit is using an Integrated Mobility Innovation grant from the Federal Transit Administration to pilot a mobility on-demand (MOD) service, the Cecil On-Demand Mobility Platform and Service Solution (COMPASS), that serves ...

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Vermont Flexible Trip Planner: Bringing Fixed and Flexible Transit Together on a Single Platform

Brief Summary The Vermont Agency of Transportation earned a $480,000 Mobility on Demand Sandbox grant from the Federal Transit Administration to develop a new trip planning tool. The Go! Vermont Trip Planner uses GTFS-Flex to make different flexible ...

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Wheels2U Microtransit Service: Providing Mobility in Options in a Growing Downtown

Brief Summary Wheels2U is a public-private partnership providing microtransit service in Norwalk, CT. It was originally launched as a six-month pilot program in 2018 in a service area that includes several residential neighborhoods and downtown areas. ...

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