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Meet the New Future of Mobility

Adapting to ever-changing trends such as autonomous vehicles and transportation network companies is no different from how mobility providers have survived for decades: engage innovations head-on and uncover the technologies and methods that underpin their appeal. Then adapt them to fit specific needs.

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From the Editors

From the Editors

CTAA Executive Director Scott Bogren & DigitalCT Editor Rich Sampson discuss CTAA's IDEAS for embracing the future of mobility that keeps the focus on the most essential element: people.

The Commentary

The Commentary

Our members and allies have told us that doing nothing is not an option, and that in order to adapt, improvise and compromise to survive and thrive, they need resources and, better yet, IDEAS for Mobility's Future: Innovations, Demonstrations, Examples, Analysis and Strategies.

Mobility's Future: A Glossary of Terms

Mobility's Future: A Glossary of Terms

Before we begin exploring how trends and technologies may and will shape the future of mobility for community and public transportation providers, we need to get a better understanding of some of the terms and nomenclature at the heart of these concepts.

Embracing Community Transportation's Role as Caretakers - Today and Tomorrow

Embracing Community Transportation's Role as Caretakers - Today and Tomorrow

CTAA and its members know that there's way more to being a driver than just driving. Professional and personal care is inseparable from effective community transportation service.

Helping TNCs Better Train Drivers

Helping TNCs Better Train Drivers

CTAA has developed a resource for TNC drivers to become more familiar in transporting all riders more safely and with greater sensitivity: A Guide to Safely & Respectfully Transporting Persons with Disabilities for Ridershare Transportation Providers.

SPECIAL REPORT: Transit Plans For, Responds To And Recovers From Disasters

SPECIAL REPORT: Transit Plans For, Responds To And Recovers From Disasters

This report brings together the experiences of CTAA members as transit professionals across the country in planning for, responding to and recovering from these tragedies so their peers elsewhere might be ready when disaster strikes again.

Applying Lessons from Seattle's New Mobility Playbook

Applying Lessons from Seattle's New Mobility Playbook

The Seattle Department of Transportation's (SDOT) New Mobility Playbook emerges as a valuable resource for community and public transportation professionals and advocates. The Playbook outlines both goals and strategies to make those goals possible: priorities that must inform any mobility decision and a set of strategies that stress measurable outcomes that benefit residents.

Want to Partner with a TNC? Examples from Two Transit Providers

Want to Partner with a TNC? Examples from Two Transit Providers

CTAA seeks to help its members understand the elements at play when partnering with TNCs - nuances ranging from liability coverage to dispatching trips.

Freedom Thru Autonomous Transportation

Freedom Thru Autonomous Transportation

CTAA members serve all different types of communities and provide transportation for all types of trip purposes. We support the development of autonomous vehicle technology and programs that will offer accessibility, convenience, and affordability wherever people live and whatever their financial positions, and their physical, sensory or mental conditions.

Getting a Handle on Autonomous Vehicles: Background, Policy and Trends

Getting a Handle on Autonomous Vehicles: Background, Policy and Trends

What we are likely to see in the next few years is the spread of both AV ridesourcing and shuttle vehicle operations in longer-term pilots that are basically regular operations available to the general public.

Member Profile

Member Profile

Ecolane is a software company that provides real-time scheduling and dispatching software for paratransit and other forward-thinking transit agencies. They are a vendor member of CTAA, a sponsor of this publication, our Fast Mail e-newsletter and a frequent exhibitor at CTAA's annual EXPO. They first joined CTAA in 2014.

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