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Mobility Lab
A leading U.S. voice of transportation demand management – moving people instead of cars.
Public Attitudes on Transit
Our package of five blogs on TransitCenter's new landmark report.
North American Bikeshare Association
New group to build a template and forum for bikeshare planners.
Fun and Games
Games will have an impact on how businesses think about transportation.
Shared Space
Transit and tech in Arlington make an attractive live/work setting possible.
Scoring Your Commute
When all the factors are considered, driving is often a very poor choice.

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Research

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Public-Transportation Attitudes Examined in Major New TransitCenter Report

September 18, 2014 4:00 AM
Americans took a record 10.7 billion rides on U.S. transit systems in 2013. Who exactly were these riders, and why did they choose public transit over other options? A major report released today offers the latest and most comprehensive answers to this question of “changing attitudes … propelling recent ridership ... Read More

Economic Prosperity

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Businesses Can Play Key Role in Boosting Public Transportation Ridership

September 18, 2014 4:00 AM
People who are offered transit benefits from an employer use them. At Arlington Transportation Partners, we spend a lot of time building relationships with Arlington County, Virginia employers, educating them about the many transportation benefits they could be offering. Click here for all our commentary on TransitCenter’s report. Do they ... Read More

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Community Design

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Demand for Mixed-Use Housing Could Drive Transit Growth

September 18, 2014 4:00 AM
Transportation choice in America is largely a product of where one lives, which is both directly and indirectly dependent upon core values and attitudes. This is a major finding in TransitCenter’s Who’s on Board: The 2014 Mobility Attitudes Survey, and it supports the idea ... Read More

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Strong Messages Needed to Influence America’s Six “Transportation Types”

September 18, 2014 4:00 AM
America has six “transportation types,” according to a new study by TransitCenter, and these six common attitudes should inspire more creativity for communicators and marketers aiming to help increase ridership on public transportation. You can see the six different types in the chart to the right. Two types are not worth focusing on at all. “Devoted drivers” make up 20 ... Read More

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Millennials Sticking With Transit, Boomers Sticking With Cars

September 18, 2014 4:00 AM
It seems that, when it comes to making our transportation choices, as we age, we are most likely to rebel against the ways we traveled in our youth. Click here for all our commentary on TransitCenter’s report. These are among the findings by TransitCenter in Who’s On Board: The 2014 Mobility ... Read More

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North American Bikeshare Association Launches in U.S.

August 28, 2014 11:39 AM
The North American Bikeshare Association has just launched to help guide the new and fast-growing bikesharing industry. The term “bikeshare” is quickly becoming a household term, with programs now in more than 300 cities worldwide. In the United States, bikeshare programs exist in more than 60 municipalities, from large cities ... Read More

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As D.C. Ages, Inclusive Transportation Options Needed

September 9, 2014 4:08 PM
There are several ways Washington D.C. has failed to maximize inclusive mobility options for older adults and seniors. And a new report from the Coalition for Smarter Growth, details solutions that can help the city become more age-friendly. Older adults make up 11 percent of the District’s population. Baby boomers, ... Read More

Transit Tech

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Scoring Your Commute: Driving Can Be a Very Poor Choice

September 4, 2014 1:33 PM
While living in the Washington D.C. region the past two years, I’ve been fortunate enough to always live right next to Metrorail (U Street, Pentagon City, and now NoMA) while working from home half of the time and out of 1776 (near McPherson Square and Farragut North) the other half. ... Read More

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Community Design

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Proposals to "Trick Out Your Trip" Due Soon

September 10, 2014 5:00 PM
How do you feel when you get to the bus stop? You say to yourself, “Where is this bus? When will it be here? Why am I standing so close to huge metal-box cars flying past me at the speed of light? Where is the shade?” Or how about the ... Read More

Community Design

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New Shared-Space Residential Project Made Possible by Arlington's Tech, Transit

September 12, 2014 10:19 AM
A new shared-space residential project by Vornado and WeWork, approved in July by the county board, will be Arlington, Virginia’s first micro-unit project, and could be priced affordably. The Crystal City project will be a temporary revamp of the vacant Crystal Plaza 6 office building at 2221 South Clark Street, ... Read More

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10:00 AM Park(ing) Day 2014 @ Courthouse Metro and Rosslyn Artisphere
Park(ing) Day 2014 @ Courthouse Metro and Rosslyn Artisphere
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Park(ing) Day 2014 @ Courthouse Metro and Rosslyn Artisphere | Arlington | Virginia | United States
  Park(ing) Day is a chance to see what we can do with public space that’s usually utilized by automobiles. From art gallery to temporary [...]
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Lunch at the Lab: New American Urbanism and the Dead End of Suburban Sprawl @ Mobility Lab | Arlington | Virginia | United States
Ben Ross’ new book, Dead End: Suburban Sprawl and the Rebirth of American Urbanism, is drawing praise for its well-researched analysis of why so many [...]
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Transportation Techies: Cool Mob… @ Mobility Lab
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Transportation Techies: Cool Mobility Apps, October Edition @ Mobility Lab | Arlington | Virginia | United States
For October, we’ll be discussing four tech projects and their impact on local transportation issues. • Trevor Gerhardt of Conveyal will show us their Transit Tech Initiative with Arlington [...]

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  • Traffic expected to change in the next 25 years September 18, 2014
    By 2040, the population of the WTOP listening area will increase by 25 percent to roughly 7 million residents. There will be an additional 4.3 million jobs that will require commutes. -- September 18, 2014, WTOP […]
  • Metro, Nationals working out plan to stay open late during playoffs September 18, 2014
    Although the Washington Nationals have clinched the NL East, the team has not reached a deal with Metro to keep trains running past midnight during home playoff games. -- Ari Ashe, September 18, 2014, WTOP […]

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