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While America's rural population declined by more than half a million people, small town and rural public transit ridership has increased nearly eight percent (7.8 percent) from 2007 to 2015, according to a new study by the American Public Transportation Association.
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Hiring the Best Transit Staff: Posting Jobs

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Transit employees are an essential part of a successful system. Recruiting drivers, operations, administrative and other staff can serve as a challenge, especially with limited budget, time and support. Writing job descriptions, choosing desired qualifications, and interviewing are only part of the process to find the best staff. We often default to posting our open job opportunities to our respective agency’s website but there are many other outlets to expand and recruit a diverse pool of cand...
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Shared Mobility: Definitions, Free Tools

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shared mobility is “the shared use of a vehicle, bicycle, or other mode – an innovative transportation strategy that enables users to gain short-term access to transportation modes on an “as-needed” basis. The term shared mobility includes various forms of carsharing, bikesharing, ridesharing (carpooling and vanpooling), and on-demand ride services. It can also include alternative transit services, such as paratransit, shuttles, and private transit services, called microtransit, which can su...
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