How to make your summer internship a success

Josh CohenTransLoc Blog, Uncategorized0 Comments

Advice from TransLoc’s Director of Strategy and Partnerships on how to make the most of your summer internship.   This week, TransLoc’s interns started work. Each year, TransLoc hires a handful of interns across departments to help us tackle projects and help them gain work experience. We take onboarding seriously here at TransLoc, even for our interns. They are welcomed … Read More

Three important lessons learned from Bridj’s closure

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Last week, Bridj made news by shutting its doors. By collecting and using data to create a more demand-driven transit world, Bridj tried to create a “network of express shuttles that offer efficient and flexible trips…that adapt in real-time to where you live, work, and play.” In Boston and Washington, this meant point-to-point trips that filled in gaps that were … Read More

The intersection of transit and diversity

Josh CohenTransLoc Blog, TransLoc Life0 Comments

Earlier this month, I chaperoned my daughter’s third-grade class on a walking and public transit field trip to explore economic development in downtown Durham.  As a working parent, I don’t get to attend as many school day events as I would like.  But, beyond the obvious connection of this trip to my work in transit, this outing appealed to me … Read More

3 reasons public transit agencies should care about sustainability

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Back in April 2016, we published a post explaining how public transit impacts sustainability, but what about the other end of that question: Why should transit agencies aim for sustainable practices? Here’s a hint: It has practically nothing to do with saving the environment. It sounds crazy, right? But, the truth is that, while a transit agency might not be … Read More

Release Notes: What’s new in Architect Beta 1.2

Annabel JonesProduct News, TransLoc Architect, TransLoc Blog0 Comments

We’re constantly updating our products at TransLoc. Sometimes we’re adding new features or functionality. Sometimes we’re fixing bugs. But always, we’re striving to make our products more valuable to the people who use them. Release notes have a reputation for being boring, but we hope these change your mind. Ours give you the facts, and provide tangible, actionable takeaways—free of jargon … Read More

7 public transportation predictions for 2017

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fortune teller

We’ve dusted off our crystal ball, and taken a deep look into what 2017 has in store for public transportation. Here are our predictions: More users of public transportation than ever The debate over whether ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft are good for public transportation was heated in 2016. Some spoke out in favor of ride-hailing as a last-mile … Read More

Planning Multimodal Trips in TransLoc Rider

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MultiModal Trip Planning in Rider

Imagine the following scenario: You’re packing up your things after work on a Friday when a text pops up on your phone. A friend has just won tickets to Hamilton and he’s inviting you to be his plus one…this weekend…in a city far away from yours. You text him back with an immediate “yes!” then launch TransLoc’s Rider app to … Read More

Enhancing mobility and ease of use through smart app technology

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Faced with the challenge of growing, managing infrastructure and improving the quality of life for residents, today’s cities are under immense pressure. As such, municipalities are embracing the smart city principle—where information and communication tech is integrated with the Internet of Things (IoT) to manage a city’s assets. At this year’s Smart Cities Summit in Boston, we, along with GoTriangle, … Read More

6 ways to future-proof your transit agency

Annabel JonesIndustry Thoughts, Mobile, Sustainability, TransLoc Blog, Video0 Comments

3 transit industry experts. 12 questions. 6 key takeaways It’s easy to talk about the future of transit like it’s a far off reality. In truth, advancements in technology, changing ridership needs, and new legislation are altering the public transportation landscape. What you project as next year’s concern may quickly become (another) current need. So, how do you tackle your … Read More