Many recognize that transit is in a transformational era. But, how can the industry leverage the tools at its disposal to become harbingers of smart mobility and heartbeats of smart cities? Panelists Gabe Klein, Doug Kaufman, Peter Hirshberg and moderator Rahul Kumar dive into this issue (and audience questions) during our Smart Cities, Smart Mobility panel from October 2017.
America’s second cities are poised to become centers for innovation and growth. In this episode, we continue our discussion of smart cities with Peter Hirshberg with a focus on data fusion and social mobility. Plus, we make predictions about the future of America’s cities and transit networks.
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 with … Read More
In the U.S., women earn about 76 cents per dollar earned by men on average, but the causes of the gender pay gap are a bit more complicated. Here at TransLoc we are committed to doing our part to close the gender pay gap, which is why we have pledged our commitment to equal pay for equal work. Watch why … Read More
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