Entries tagged with "transit"
COVID 19 Operational Ideas You Can Use
Ideas from the SWTA Nation about how to handle the COVID-19. Please send us your ideas and questions about how to practically practically operationalize this crisis.
Denver Transit Riders Can Now Purchase Tickets Through the Uber App
TD of Denver, Uber and Masabi have launched the first Uber Transit Ticketing, which allows users to plan and pay for trips from start to finish.
Study Shows Public Transit Access Leads to Higher Employment, Lower Poverty
After being contracted by RTA in the summer of 2018, CSU researchers were tasked to quantify the annual economic impact that the RTA has on Cuyahoga County, in addition to measuring the economic benefit that RTA-related expenditures have on the local economy.
According to the study, the impact of public transit on Cuyahoga County property values is $2.2 billion with an estimated annual economic impact of $322 million.
Kristen Joyner Appointed to Serve on the Advisory Committee on Human Trafficking
Kristen Joyner received a letter Wednesday, October 3, 2018, informing her she will serve on Secretary Elaine Chao’s Advisory Committee on Human Trafficking (ACHT).
OVIPT - Operation Veterans in Public Transportation is SWTA’s new veterans program.
SWTA introduces the three main components of the OVIPT Program. Click here to find out more!
Response to: Open letter regarding procurement practicesRead More »
Procurement Low Bid Process Helpful or Harmful?
Open letter RE: Procurement Practices: Improvements to Faulty Bid Processes Could Avoid Tragedies
Downtown Denver and RTD Welcome New Union Station Transit Center
Big. Bold. Modern. Transit.
Service began at Union Station Bus Concourse in Denver, on May 11. Riders will enjoy a bright, bold and spacious new bus facility with easy connections to light rail, the Free MallRide and future commuter rail.
SWTA Announces 2014 Summer Learning Buffet
Summer opportunities for hands-on, interactive, learning with peers and tailored for transit CEO’s, GM’s, Managers, staff, General Counsel, transit board members and more.
Brownsville Metro Celebrates Their Drivers
City Commission passes a proclamation designating Saturday, March 15 as Driver Appreciation Day in Brownsville, Texas
Because You Rock, We Roll - ABQ RideRead More »
Phil Washington and James Bass Testify Before the Transportation & Infrastructure Special Committee
Overview of Public-Private Partnerships for Highway and Transit Projects.
Topeka TransitRead More »
Wichita Transit is continuing its upgrade of the city’s bus fleet, with plans to purchase 10 more new buses.
FTA’s Audio Webinar on New Categorical Exclusions
The most recent audio webinar produced by FTA has been recorded. So, in case you missed it, please follow the link below to hear the webinar. You can also access the recording at the FTA Planning and Environment/NEPA page.
Wichita Falls Transit Oriented Development
John Burrus, Wichita Falls, explains how the FTA grants could help Wichita Falls grow economically.
SWTA’s Position on Transit Operating Assistance
In an effort to ease the strain of the lack of funding for many struggling transit agencies, the South West Transit Association (SWTA) Board met on Tuesday, March 30, 2010 to discuss the merits of providing federal operating assistance for small and large urban agencies who do not currently have the flexibility of using federal funding for operations.
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Effective Transit Supervior WorkshopRead More »
RFP – Transit Needs Assessment and Planning Study
The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) is seeking a qualified consultant to conduct a transit needs assessment and planning study.
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