Andrew Wolpert, Deputy Program Manager for Smart Columbus at the City of Columbus, in partnership with Diane Newton and Sonja Summer from HNTB, provides Intelligent Transport with in-depth insight into the Smart Columbus Program, which highlighted the possibilities for MaaS when digital and physical infrastructure collide, ultimately supporting the outcomes…
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Riders in the Ohioan city of Columbus will now be able to see COTA transit options within the Lyft app, in a move with both organisations hope will improve connectivity in the city.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority is working with local groups to ensure everyone in the region has access to transport to and from their vaccination appointments.
COTA has been awarded accreditation from the Global Biorisk Advisory Council for the cleaning and sanitisation of its facilities and services.
COTA will provide extra transport services for Columbus’ school children as they head back to classrooms in the next few weeks.
The on-demand transit service will allow users to book trips using their smartphone, and will connect hospitals, schools, and transit lines in south Columbus.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority says the c-pass will help reduce traffic in the city and contributed to a record-breaking 2019 in terms of ridership numbers.