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Transit Oriented Development

Transit Oriented Development: How the integration of housing and transportation can strengthen public transit service

Housing and transportation account for the first and second largest expenses for the average American household, at 33% and 17% of household spending, respectively. Together, housing and transportation shape how neighborhoods look and feel, how residents get around, and how communities evolve to meet changing needs.

Black History Month: Black Transportation Leaders

This Black History Month, we will reflect on iconic figures like Rosa Parks and Harriet Tubman,...

Year In Review: Keolis’ Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) 2023 Highlights

With 2023 now in the rearview, our Keolis teams have plenty to be proud of: new contracts and ...

Winter Destinations: Exploring New Activities Through Public Transit

As the weather gets colder, decorations are put up, seasonal food and drink are served, and...

National Hispanic Heritage Month: Reflecting on Keolis’ Values

As National Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, we have the opportunity to reflect on the...

Summer Travel with Transit: Seasonal Promotions for Late-Summer Trips

Seasonality impacts ridership levels on private transportation, commercial air travel, and, of...

Growing ridership to make public transit the mode of choice

Cars and congestion are a constant in most U.S. metro areas. In L.A. County, for example, car...

Pulse, 10th Edition Now Available

Pulse is Keolis' quarterly magazine that shares ideas shaping the future of transit and mobility.

Diversity as a source of strength for Keolis’ Fort Lauderdale operations

REFLECTING ON JUNETEENTH AND NATIONAL CARIBBEAN-AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH

Fort Lauderdale boasts a...