We are proud to be part of this coalition of over 40 Middle Tennessee businesses, faith groups, and other organizations to bring transit to the people. Learn more about this at The Transit Coalition’s website. While you’re there, you can sign the petition, or text LESSGRIDLOCK to +16159303313 to sign right now!… Continue reading
By Jim McAteer via Transit Insight Podcast
We speak with Jo Ann Graves, President & CEO of the non-profit Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee about the work that advocacy organizations can do to help improve and implement successful transit organizations. You’ll learn how Nashville implemented the Transit Alliance, how their Transit Academy has created new supporters of transit, and what the Transit Alliance does to educate, empower, and mobilize support for transit.… Continue reading
In addition to choosing our next president and some members of Congress this fall, voters in many areas of the country may be able to vote for new trains and buses.
In several cities, counties and regions, the Nov. 8 ballots will include measures asking voters to pay more taxes to fund transit projects.… Continue reading
Every urban commuter laments the twice-a-day headache of traffic congestion and the often disappointing alternatives that mass transit offers.
A Chinese company has officially rolled out one potential solution: the TEB-1, or Transit Elevated Bus. The giant “flying” bus, as some have called it, straddles two lanes of traffic and stands nearly 16 feet tall so that it can pass over cars on the roadway below.… Continue reading
If the 17 million cars that were sold in the US last year were running Renovo Motors’ platform, they would need to store 8 and half times as much data per day as Facebook!
Using current architectures and platforms, this just would not be possible.… Continue reading