- Date: 10/01/2021
A group of Bolivian women have joined forces to create the country’s first transportation service using only female drivers. On Wednesday,…
Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) is launching a pilot scheme to allow DASH bus riders to request drop-off locations along the route which are not established stops.
The trial, which will run on four Community DASH routes in Panorama City, Watts, Pico-Union, and El Sereno, is part of efforts to make the city’s transport system more suited to the needs of all residents. On-demand drop-offs will be available before 7am and after 6pm.
The announcement comes alongside the publication of the “landmark” Changing Lanes: A Gender Equity Transportation Study which identifies barriers for women who depend on public transit.
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