In a recent article for The Atlantic’s CityLab, contributing writer Eric Jaffe wrote about “The Most Persuasive Evidence Yet that Bike-Share Serves as Public Transit.” In the article, he provides detailed evidence that bikeshare services in urban regions substitute other forms of public transit “for short trips in the core, and expands [transit] service on the outskirts.
This week, TransitScreen was the first to test real-time data for the newly constructed Metro Silver Line in the Washington DC area.
Cofounder Ryan Croft will be speaking at the Entrepreneurship in Transportation Panel Discussion on Tuesday, July 29, 2014 from 6 PM to 8 PM (PDT) in San Francisco. The event is hosted by the Young Professionals in Transportation – San Francisco Bay Area, and will be held at the Code for America headquarters.
In The Atlantic CityLab’s series The Future of Transportation: How getting from here to there is changing forever, Terra Curtis and Paul Supawanich wrote an article titled “Transportation Projects Don’t Need to Take as Long as They Do.
TransitScreen cofounder and VP, Business Development Ryan Croft spoke on a panel of transportation industry experts during a SPUR hosted event on July 16 on Seamless Transit.
Adam Greenfield, a senior urban fellow at LSE Cities, recently wrote an article for theguardian.com, about “Helsinki’s ambitious plan to make car ownership pointless in 10 years.” In the article, Mr. Greenfield discusses that “the Finnish capital has announced plans to transform its existing public transport network into a comprehensive, point-to-point “mobility on demand” system by 2025 – one that, in theory, would be so good nobody would have any reason to own a car.
In a recent article for The Atlantic’s CityLab, TransitScreen Strategic Advisor Gabe Klein wrote that with the increasing popularity of bikeshare and carshare in the United States, “We Need to Think Bigger About Transit-Oriented Development.”
TransitScreen Cofounder Ryan Croft will be speaking at the Seamless Transit event on July 16, hosted by SPUR, the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association.