You’ve reached the end of the line.
There’s a battle in the transit world: some companies are trying to control the whole Monopoly board. But there’s a better way to run a railroad.
Monopoly-seeking behaviour and closed data policies will impede the shift away from cars… can our cities help prevent it?
How cities, transit agencies, and companies are using MaaS data standards to rewrite the rules of app-based transportation
We sat down with Uber’s ex-policy honcho — and Transit’s new policy advisor! — for a little fireside chat. Minus the fireside 🎙👌
Lyft is blocking bikeshare access unless you download their apps. It’s their attempt to turn transportation into a walled garden.
Introducing Transit Accounts: a universal solution to bikeshare and public transit payments — with more modes coming, in more and more cities 🛴🚖
Ridehail should be public transit’s best friend. But until today transfers were tedious. We’ve made them magically simple.
It’s a Bird! It’s a Spin! It’s the mobility craze taking over America. And now, you can find every cute lil scoot with our app, Transit.
Five months after adding all of Washington, DC’s bikeshare services to Transit, we crunched the numbers. Here’s what we found.
Starting in two cities — Seattle and DC — you can locate any dockless bike, regardless of company, all in one app 😘👌