In order to improve equity for its passengers, customers who use RTD Denver's Access-a-Ride paratransit service are now able to purchase their fares by cash, paper ticket or mobile ticket.
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Passengers in Denver will be able to purchase tickets for the city's buses and trains using the Lyft app, in what the Regional Transportation District has called a world first.
Tonya Anderson and Paul DesRocher from RTD Denver detail the steps the agency has taken to modernise the ways in which riders access services, including how a collaboration with Uber has given customers more ways than ever to plan and pay for trips.
Although there has been a transport a division within the Denver Department of Public Works, January 2020 will see the new transport department take greater control of city-owned transit systems.
EV renters in the Express Drive programme have allegedly saved approximately $70-100 per week on fuel costs.
New collaboration between Uber, Masabi and the Regional Transportation District (RTD) of Denver gives the Uber app another function; real-time information and ticketing.
Uber riders in Denver will be able to select a new ‘Transit’ option, and plan their journey with real-time information and step-by-step directions.
Paying a monthly subscription to Uber, for a service called Ride-Pass, could save on average 15 per cent as it prevents surging prices caused by traffic, weather and popularity.
The automated people mover system at Denver International Airport, BOMBARDIER INNOVIA APM, will now be maintained and serviced by Bombardier Transportation…