last mile

On-demand transportation services as a complement of public transit

By Yicong Yang A recent article reports that on-demand transportation can complement existing transit and help cities reduce traffic by up to 15 to 30 percent. The original study was conducted jointly by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and Via Transportation, Inc., a private transportation network

Larger cities offering TNC trips to improve transit options

By Chet Edelman As transit ridership continues to fall in urban areas nationwide, several cities are turning to an unlikely ally to make transit service more appealing and convenient: TNCs. In cities such as Dallas, Los Angeles, and Denver, transportation agencies are partnering with Lyft, Uber,

Job type and location may keep low-wage workers from using transit

By Chris McCahill Affordable transit service can be a major asset to low-wage workers, but characteristics of their jobs—such as where and when they work—may keep them from using those services. Workers are more likely to use transit when they work in suburban employment clusters or urban