What do ridesharing apps, autonomous vehicles and outdated infrastructure have in common? According to some, all are contributing factors to the ultimate demise of public transit. With big changes to the transportation landscape underway, what does this mean for public transit and the future of mobility? Does mass transit even stand a chance of surviving, much less thriving?
The answer lies in optimizing multi-modal transit and creating the best path for riders’ entire journey across all options. By taking a user-first approach that Uber and others have successfully implemented, transit providers can blow up the barriers that keep people from using mass transit in the first place.
- Why is the future of transit a multimodal one – and what does Elon Musk’s master plan get right and wrong about mobility?
- How can auto-oriented towns and cities develop a new blueprint for moving around a city?
- What’s the future of mobility look like on university campuses–and how does campus safety factor into current transit planning?
- Doug Kaufman, TransLoc
- Paul Mackie, Mobility Lab
- Michael Russel, TCU
- Marlene Connor, Marlene Connor Associates