We believe that transit and infrastructure stands at an unprecedented time. Advancing local government, transportation, and public services will require more than simply money -- it will require a shared understanding of the challenges we face and the solutions these times require.
New fare collection systems are pushing the processing of transactions to the back end, potentially enhancing rider convenience.Read More
The bottleneck at the Los Angeles ports is only the first slowdown point on a complex supply chain for imported goods. Now, the bipartisan infrastructure bill could speed up the slow-moving supply chain from the ports to the store shelves.Read More
Public transit is pushing growing volumes of data onto cloud networks, exposing providers to new risks that are only growing.Read More
Cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, and Boston are building and expanding Bus Rapid Transit service. Here’s why we think more will follow.Read More
City governments, one after the other, are mandating their transit agencies phase out diesel and compressed natural gas (CNG) buses in favor of zero-emission electric buses. The federal government may soon dramatically increase support to accelerate that transformation. But critical questions remain: Can city planners effectively manage the transformation? And can transit agencies build the infrastructure to support zero-emission buses?Read More