“The most commonly cited standard [for walking distance to transit] is 400m or ¼ mile.” – Jarrett Walker, Human Transit What is public transit’s first-mile/last-mile (FM/LM) problem? It begins with a quarter mile. Most people in the United States are “comfortable” walking less than a quarter mile to or from public transit stops. The problem arises when a potential rider … Read More
“You have to understand the makeup of Montgomery County and how much area we’re serving. We could no longer afford to put fixed route services in those areas, but they’re still going to get better service, through these new mobility options.” – Brandon Policicchio, Chief Customer and Business Development Officer, Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority, Ohio At TransLoc we believe … Read More
As a rule, trends are difficult to predict—and the rule definitely applies to transit. From new legislation to groundbreaking technology, there’s always something impacting the industry’s trajectory. After reading tea leaves and consulting the stars, here’s what we anticipate 2018 has in store for public transportation.
Imagine a world where transit responds to demand before it happens. Utilizing our past product technologies combined with a new microtransit focus, we’re one step closer to making this world a reality. TransLoc OnDemand is more than just demand-response transit technology—it’s the next step in uplifting mass transit as a realistic mode of transportation for all.