We want to foster a better relationship between your building’s occupants and your city. Our mission can be found in every relationship we build, empowering people with the information to make better, smarter decisions. Dive into our ever-growing list of case studies to find TransitScreen’s philosophy brought to life across multiple industries and cities. We want to be a solution for the universial problem that all commuters face.
Reebok International Ltd. swapped suburbs for the Seaport last year, transferring about 700 employees into a giant, old warehouse sitting on Boston’s docks. The new office is a world away from the previous space – open floor plan, exposed concrete, and no assigned seats. The big change has helped create a new work environment that’s more collaborative, inspiring creativity as the team works toward new goals. Want to see how we help Reebok run?
American University is nestled in one of the northernmost sections of Washington, D.C, tiptoeing on the border of Maryland. What you might not know about this humble university is that it’s the first urban campus to reach carbon neutrality, with 100% of its electricity coming from renewable sources. Chartered in 1893, American University has upheld their vision of creating dedicated public servants — graduates who are passionate about leaving a positive mark on the world, and TransitScreen is right there with them!
On any gameday, Washington Nationals Park in DC has 1,300 to 1,800 employees coming in hours before first pitch. Managing thousands of employees who all help direct, feed, and keep visitors and players safe is no easy feat for Maurice Ruffin, Director of Guest Experience for Nats Park. This is why he and his team turned to TransitScreen to help manage the transportation puzzle.
Van Metre has been a staple in the DC Metro area when it comes to residental and commercial buildings. Since 1955, Van Metre Companies has created unique buildings where people are happy to live and work. They’ve implemented TransitScreen at some of their major properties, showing current and potential residents that Van Metre understands getting around in a city isn’t always easy, but it can be when you have the right tools!
Holmdel, New Jersey, has been home to innovation for decades. Since the 20th century, the area has provided economic and technological advancement while curating forward-thinking creations. What was once Bell Labs, a research facility for thousands of workers, is now Bell Works — a hub for business and culture to come together.
The Schrafft’s City Center, owned and managed by the Flatley Company is a Boston landmark transformed from a former iconic candy factory to a commercial workplace destination. Convenient access to major Boston public transit and highway networks make The Schrafft’s City Center a perfect fit for TranstiScreen.
BNE Real Estate Group is committed to creating uniquely stunning properties for their residents. They’ve upheld their values of wanting to build high-quality homes for anyone who walks through their doors. This is why they turned to TransitScreen to assist in developing the best living experiences, understanding that your residents’ needs don’t stop at the front door.
Laylee Asgari, Workplace Operations Manager for Segment, wanted to find an employee-focused amenity to benefit her team in the San Francisco Bay Area. She needed a tool to support her staff’s flexible work schedules and assist them while they travel for business.
Transit may not be the first thing to pop into your head when you think of Florida, but on the contrary! Especially in downtown Orlando, the destination for more than 70,000 daily commuters. This growing central business district offers buses, bikes, pedestrian-friendly designs, and a commuter rail line. TransitScreen is helping this growing city educate, inform, and update its residents on the best ways to get around their town.