Posts tagged with 'ridership'
The NYC Subway suffered immense damage in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Photo credit: NYCMTA
Research Recap, December 10th: NYC Transit Vulnerabilities, Auto Oriented States, E.U. Cars On Emissions Target
The NYC Subway suffered immense damage in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Photo credit: NYCMTA Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it.   ...
Photo by Espen Faugstad.
Research Recap, June 14: Walkability in Asian Cities, Mobility for an Aging Population, Costly Fuel Alternatives
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Improving Walkability in Asian Cities The Asian Development Bank, in collaboration with the Clean Air Initiative ...
Washington, DC's transit system is one of many across the country facing budget and ridership woes due to the recession.  Photo: MJM, flickr.
Moving through the Recession, Part 3: Metro Confronts Estimated $189 Million Budget Shortfall
As the latest installment of its series Moving through the Recession, TheCityFix DC conducted an email interview with Thomas Harrington, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s Director of Long-Range Planning.  Parts 1 and 2 of the series, featured on TheCityFix ...
Transit ridership is slipping from the high it reached in 2008.  Data source: APTA
Moving Through the Recession, Part 1: Trends in Transit Ridership
Welcome to the first installment of TheCityFix’s series, “Moving through the Recession.” We’ll be exploring how the worldwide economic slowdown has impacted transportation systems and users locally, nationally and internationally. We hope to spotlight some revealing stories, uncover some themes, ...