GTFS – What is it and why does it matter to public transit?

April 04, 2021
 

The True Cost of Your Daily Commute

March 12, 2021

Let's start with the benefits of public transit

I’ve always enjoyed the many benefits that come from using public transit. I got to ride my bike to the bus stop, gaining a few minutes of exercise along the way. On the bus, I either caught up with...

Roll Up Your Sleeves, It’s Time for Destination Vaccination

March 08, 2021

What a year. We’ve been so busy simply surviving and getting through the day-to-day of a socially-distanced quarantine life, it’s hard to believe COVID-19 has been a part of our lives for a year. Between the loss and trauma, we have been through...

Celebrating TransLoc's Women in STEM

February 08, 2021

International Day of Women and Girls in Science is this Thursday, February 11th. It’s a celebration of the vital role that women play in advancing science and technology. Girls not only rock—they code, engineer, and discover. The theme for 2021...

Public Transportation Funding: Doing More with Less

February 03, 2021

Public transportation in the United States is currently in a state of crisis. A shock to no one, the COVID pandemic - and the associated changes in how we live, work, play, and move about our communities - has a deep impact on public transit. ...

To Share is Human

January 21, 2021

Our transportation system is evolving, and the year 2020 forced an unparalleled rate of change. Falling transit ridership and soaring automobile sales have led some to predict the end of shared mobility and the obsolescence of public transit....

2021 Transit Predictions

December 17, 2020

 

What does 2021 have in store for transportation? We don't have a crystal ball, but our solutions engineers have a strong pulse on the industry and have made their predictions for the upcoming year: 

Save Public Transit

December 15, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has driven home the vital role public transit plays in our communities, bringing healthcare professionals to the frontlines, delivering groceries and medicine to at-risk populations, and connecting essential workers to their...

Race and Place: Who Do We Plan For?

November 30, 2020

Most planners have an aspiration toward placemaking: we dream of quaint public squares where residents can walk to local businesses as streetcars hum past tree-lined sidewalks. We dream of the “15 Minute City”, of cheerful connected places where...

Your Mayor Should Be Riding The Bus

November 24, 2020

After losing his wife and daughter in a car crash in 1972, newly-elected US Senator Joe Biden famously took Amtrak home from Washington DC to Wilmington, Delaware almost every day so that he could be home for his two sons as they grew up. So now...

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