KEY FINDINGS Demographics of CommuterPage.com Survey Respondents: The mean age of the respondents is 44, and gender is almost evenly split. Only 19% of the respondents actually live in Arlington County and 18% work in Arlington County. 71% are employed at least part time. A quarter of those employed typically commute by driving alone. The… Read more »
Month: November 2011
All the presentations from Vanpool Bootcamp are now available online here. The event provided a wide variety of experts and practitioners discussing vanpooling as an important mobility management resource. The following is a wrap up of the day including all of the powerpoint presentations.
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- Don't wait for transportation options, take them to the people Most people, believe it or not, really don't think much about their transportation options. They...
- Virtual currencies like Bitcoin could make transit faster and more secure Over the past 20 years, innovations previously undreamed of have appeared left, right, and center....
- DC Commute Times hopes to build a transportation community We are in a period rife with experiments in transportation, from the top down, from...
- Thursday, September 21, 2017This article was originally published at Jennifer's blog.I recently attended the North American Bikeshare Association (NABSA) conference in Montreal to present some of the findings
- Wednesday, September 20, 2017Montgomery County, Md., is working to provide a system of systems to make it easier for everyone to get around – a multimodal network.Together with the
- Wednesday, September 20, 2017Dockless bikeshare arrives in D.C. today and it should prove to be a really interesting experiment over the next six months.D.C. is one of the
- Tuesday, September 19, 2017“Guess what car I got to ‘drive’ today,” I greeted my V-8 engine, Motor-City maniac, lover of super-charged cars teenager (aka Dear Son).“What, Mobility Momma?
- Friday, September 15, 2017Read Mobility Lab Express #118We've had autonomous-vehicle fever around Mobility Lab lately. We're really concerned (and excited) about how the quality of people's lives are