Cities Expand Microtransit
Electric Vehicle Market and Ownership
App-based Rides Get Into the Public Transit Game
Whether it's in a big city or small, even in an Indian reservation, on-demand apps can supplement and connect transit—in one case even replacing it.
Data Points to Start of Transformation in Transportation in U.S.
Electric vehicles make up less than 5 percent of the market but sales doubled in 2021 in what could be the dawn of a new era. Now it could be a matter of infrastructure keeping up.
Sidebar: What I Learned In My First Year As An EV Owner
Traditional commutes have not returned as people continue work from home in some capacity, impacting transit ridership and budgets, with few answers on the horizon.
Hydrogen powered long-haul trucking has great potential for reducing carbon emissions from transportation while laying the ground for wider use of hydrogen throughout the economy.
Sidebar: Large-Scale Efforts Underway to Boost 'Green' Hydrogen
Sidebar: Hydrogen Trucks at California Ports
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From the NJTPA Chair
John W. Bartlett, Passaic County Commissioner
I'M pleased to present this, the first full issue of InTransition magazine after a long hiatus during the pandemic. As one of the largest Metropolitan Planning Organizations in the U.S., the NJTPA has long sought to foster discussions of transportation issues and explore best practices among planning organizations across the country. read more
From the Editor
Transportation salutations, Welcome to the return of InTransition! This is my first issue as editor. Going forward, we aim to update InTransitionmag.org more regularly so be sure to email us to subscribe and check back in the future. In the meantime, enjoy our latest stories and let us know what you think. As always, our goal is to serve as a forum for sharing resources and ideas to address transportation challenges in northern New Jersey and beyond.
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—Mark Hrywna, Editor
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