Author: QRyde

Rural America has had public transit for decades. Its suppliers face challenges in remote regions because of the low population and large distances. Even though many of these rural transportation... Read More

Demand-responsive transport (DRT), also known as flexible transport services, is a type of shared private or quasi-public transit for groups of people in which vehicles change their routes each trip... Read More

There has been a challenge requiring every passenger to register to alter the route depending on real demand. Recently, this concept is gained importance in most of the states in... Read More

Working with a scattered population is a serious issue for rural transportation. Many concepts are being implemented and each one of them has its own complications. In recent years, Demand-Responsive... Read More

As technology has progressed, new options have developed to change how rural transportation is built in flexible ways, allowing for greater availability and cost. Consequently, implementing demand-responsive Transport has become... Read More

Being called the “Gateway of Georgia”, Catoosa County is one of the most desirable places to live in Georgia state. Over the years, the community is getting more important and... Read More

It's no secret that public transportation continues to be a problem for rural towns. With financial challenges, service frequency, broader travel zones, and a lack of access to services compared... Read More

Depending on the needs of their community, departments of transportation or private providers can organize modes of transportation into a transit system. Some agencies may provide fixed-route services, or some... Read More

Every segment of American society, individuals, families, communities, and businesses benefits from public transportation. It is a lifeline for millions of people connecting places, possibilities, creating jobs, etc. Haralson County Transit... Read More

Burke County is a county located along the eastern border of the U.S. state of Georgia in Piedmont. Being the second-largest in area, the County is spread over 835 square... Read More