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  • October 04, 2018 | CityLab

    A Transportation Platform for Chicago's Next Mayor

    Chicago’s upcoming mayoral race—newly wide-open because of the decision of Mayor Rahm Emanuel not to run for reelection—is an exciting opportunity to advance changes that produce a more livable city. That’s a goal that surely every candidate would sign on to. Key to livability is transportation....

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  • September 28, 2018 | StreetsBlog USA

    Ohio Group Offers $olutions for Transit

    Ohio is one of the worst states at supporting transit – but it’s not for lack of money. The latest budget provides just $6.5 million a year towards supporting urban transit across the state. Both Cincinnati and Cleveland’s transit system are facing service cuts and fare hikes thanks to changes...

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  • September 27, 2018 | Government Technology

    Before Cities Can Enforce Multimodal Policies, They Need Good Data

    Companies want to help cities enforce and regulate new mobility devices like e-scooters, bikes, or car-shares by offering up real-time data. Movement through cities is becoming more multimodal — taking the form of bikes, scooters, trams and more — and the management of these transportation...

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  • September 20, 2018 | Next City

    Denver Approves Low-Income Discount for Transit Riders

    Fast-growing Denver is grappling with the equity challenges of rapid growth in a number of ways, from expanding its parks system to providing rental assistance for moderate-income families to move into the city’s glut of luxury condos. The city’s transit-oriented development fund has become a...

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