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

We celebrated World Car Free Day— and here’s what happened

Annabel JonesTransLoc Blog, TransLoc Life, Uncategorized0 Comments

Last week, we asked our employees (and the world) to leave their car keys at home on September 22, 2016 in celebration of World Car Free Day. How do you plan on going car-free on #WorldCarFreeDay? — TransLoc (@TransLoc) September 21, 2016 For some of us, World Car Free Day was the first time we’d ever taken public transportation. “Before … Read More

Why culture matters – #TransLocLife in action

Josh CohenLifestyle, TransLoc Blog, TransLoc Life0 Comments

TransLoc Office

It wasn’t until I had kids that I realized that all vacations aren’t the same. When you have three kids and are heading to the beach with 8 other families, a vacation isn’t relaxing. It’s fun. It’s a reunion. It’s a non-stop, Oreo-filled, reading-on-the-porch, jumping-in-the-waves, cleaning-sand-out-of-everything event. But it’s not relaxing. And when we finally return from the beach, I’ve … Read More