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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- University of Maryland project looks to crowdsource an accessibility map of DC's sidewalks Other programmers at the recent Walk Hack Night presented data visualizations that explore walkability and...
- Five ways employers are thinking big on commuter benefits A new publication from the Association for Commuter Transportation, entitled "Getting to Work," highlights the...
- Curing a hospital's transportation ailments This post originally appeared on the Arlington Transportation Partners blog.
Virginia Hospital Center is a leading medical...
- Friday, February 24, 2017When it comes to transportation choices, people generally do what is best for themselves. Understanding what factors influence people’s decisions can help the transportation industry
- Friday, February 24, 2017Having seemingly completed pilot experiments in San Francisco and Israel, Google Waze's carpooling app appears to be set to launch in other places soon. It
- Thursday, February 23, 2017Ford CEO Mark Fields has clearly been brushing up on the finer points of why transportation demand management is one of the most crucial tools
- Thursday, February 23, 2017SafeTrack surges in the past months have highlighted one of of the D.C. Metrorail system's largest demand crunches: the Rosslyn tunnel bottleneck, where the Blue,
- Wednesday, February 22, 2017"Mass transportation is an old-fashioned way of talking about transportation supply," says Matt Caywood, co-founder of TransitScreen, which started up at Mobility Lab. "It's defined as