I was a guest on Transit Unplugged, sharing thoughts on the future of transit. Since COVID-19 cut “commuter” rail ridership, and exposed the need to update the service model, it’s time to rebrand it “regional” rail, with all-day service that runs more frequently, and serves the needs of people taking a broader range of trips than the pre-pandemic 9-5 commute. We can also make transit more appealing by applying the principles of convenience, simplicity, and priority that have long influenced policy decisions that promote more driving.
Stewart Mader joins the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA-ACTU) for a panel on VaxTransit, along with TransLink, Vancouver’s public transit agency.
PATH Riders Council Vice Chair Stewart Mader spoke to PIX11’s Greg Mocker about the impact of service cuts on frontline workers, and the need for legislative oversight of reforms.
Stewart Mader talks with Transit Unplugged about the study he researched and wrote for the Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA).
Talking transit on the TechTables podcast: how digital developments in a pandemic are shaping the future of mobility.