An Opportunity to Thrive

March 08, 2019
Hear from Lauren Marks, Executive Director of The Exceptional Foundation of Atlanta, about how a microtransit service in Gwinnett County, GA is providing service for an exceptional group.

I am the Executive Director for a newly established...

How the Desire to Improve Lives Brought One Urban Planner from KCATA to TransLoc

March 05, 2019

TransLoc welcomes AICP-certified planner Tyler Means to the team as Senior Project Manager. Tyler comes from one of TransLoc’s transit agency partners, Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA), where he served as Operations Manager. He...

Growing The Movement

February 21, 2019

Just about a year ago, TransLoc was acquired by Ford Smart Mobility. After spending the bulk of my professional career working at TransLoc in a bootstrapped and then VC rocket-fueled spaceship, we were finally in orbit. We are now a part of a...

Making the Most of National Shared Mobility 2019

February 20, 2019

As of today, we’re two weeks away from the 2019 National Shared Mobility Summit, and we're excited! The TransLoc team is ready to join thinkers and doers in exploring how different mobility options can join forces to create a multi-modal...

Why Agile Adds Value to Our Workplace (And Why You'll Want to Work Here)

February 11, 2019

 

 

Celebrating an Icon

February 04, 2019

 

Today marks 106 years since Rosa Parks was born in Tuskegee, Alabama. She has been recognized by the United States Congress as the “First Lady of Civil Rights” and the “Mother of the Freedom Movement.” As a symbol of hope and equality, today we...

Innovation vs. Courage

January 24, 2019

It’s that time of the year again when the headlines hitting the news are full of hyperbole and dubious practicality generated from the annual paean to the newest technology, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The transportation industry...

What Are We Valuing?

December 14, 2018

 The Triangle region of North Carolina where I live recently learned that we struck out on two coveted high-tech campuses: a huge Apple campus (Austin was the eventual winner) and Amazon’s 2nd headquarters (HQ2) that went to NYC and Northern...

2019 Transit Predictions

December 11, 2018

There is no exact science to predicting the future of any industry, but the transit trajectory seems to be particularly mystifying and exciting. While the surge of change we’ve seen in 2018 will undoubtedly grow in 2019, we’re using the knowledge...

Transit a Big Winner in Midterm Elections

November 13, 2018

In last week’s midterm elections, voters enthusiastically supported transportation issues. According to the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), “Voters passed 17 of 20 transportation-related ballot measures—an approval rate of 85...

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