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One of public transit’s biggest goals is increasing ridership while reducing costs — making sure public transportation is efficient, easily accessed, and relevant to people’s daily lives. At a time when limited resources need careful allocation to serve all constituents equally, an integrated approach to transit helps maximize investment and drive optimal outcomes.
Enter what some cities are calling “Integrated Mobility Solutions”, a new way transportation agencies and operators are combining multiple transportation modes into a singular, unique platform.
The approach allows communities to share resources like vehicles, drivers, dispatchers, and support centers between an array of transport services — micro transit, paratransit, fixed routes, etc. The move is shown to cut costs, improve utilization, and create a better experience for dispatchers and riders alike.
Join UITP and three global transport leaders on May 26 to learn how these communities are developing newly integrated transportation networks, and how to seamlessly implement them in your community.