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Covid's lasting impact on public transportation

Sharing lessons learned during the COVID-19 crisis

DURHAM, N.C., October 15, 2020 – TransLoc, award-winning provider of transit technology software solutions, will sponsor a webinar in conjunction with the Association for Commuter Transportation. The webinar, COVID’s Lasting Impact on Public Transportation: Lessons to Build a More Resilient Future will stream Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020. 

The majority of the country has been living unconventionally as stay-at-home and safer-at-home orders have been in effect for more than six months. Moderated by Jermaine Grant, TransLoc’s director of client strategy, this webinar will bring together some of TransLoc’s valued municipal customers to reflect on lessons learned during this unparalleled time, and how these mobility leaders predict the seismic shifts in the world of public transportation will impact their communities and the industry at large moving into 2021. 

“The impact of COVID-19 on the transit community has presented unprecedented challenges,” Grant said. “We are delighted to highlight the courageous decisions made by the agencies we support in the hopes that sharing these experiences and lessons will strengthen the public transportation community as a whole as we continue to push forward amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.” 

TransLoc will be joined by municipal customers Bay Area Transportation Authority, Porterville Transit, and Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Area. COVID’s Lasting Impact on Public Transportation will stream Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020 at 2 p.m. EDT. Those wishing to attend the webinar can register here.


About TransLoc

Made up of the three most-trusted companies in transit technology (TransLoc, Ride Systems and DoubleMap), today’s TransLoc delivers a one-stop-shop for transit providers seeking transit orchestration solutions. Recognized by Fast Company for its innovative technology, today their intelligent transportation software portfolio includes flexible demand response, fixed route systems, and planning services, providing software and services for more than 1500 agencies and transit providers worldwide. Powering more than 600 million annual rides, TransLoc’s fixed route and on-demand systems are at the core of both cities and towns, and on university and business campuses. TransLoc has collectively partnered with agencies to deliver the highest level of service and win the confidence of the riding public for more than a decade.

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