OC FLEX, OCTA;s Microtransit pilot program, just completed its first year of a pilot program in two areas where there is little demand for full fixed-route service. In the coming months OCTA will be reviewing the service's performance.
LA Metro recently published a first-of-its-kind study (in the US) entitled "Understanding How Women Travel.” It is a frank assessment of the challenges faced by women when using the Metro system – from traveling with kids and strollers to safety to fares.
With faster Metolink trains now running in many communities, RCTC uses rail safety week, and every other week, to educate around issues of rail safety.
Local Measure BB funds a program that identifies the best ways to connect students to transit to improve attendance and increase access to after school activities.
Need to get to Yosemite Valley without a car? For 20 years, the Merced County Association of Governments staffs and operates the Yosemite Area Regional Transit Service (YARTS).
Fourteen CALCOG members have joined a joint powers authority to operate CalVans, which offers over 800 Vanpools statewide that collective take more than 300,000 vehicle miles traveled off the roads . . . every day.
ACTC offers gilded incentives to students choosing active transportation options to get to and from school.
A region-wide fee program has raised $800 million over the last 15 years and delivered 100 capital projects to ease traffic congestion in western Riverside County.