Electrifying private vehicles is good, but not enough
DRT Myths vs. Reality: the top misconceptions about demand responsive transport
Think it’s too expensive? Not a fan of the app? Here are five myths about demand-responsive transport, and the reasons why they're wrong.
Buyer’s remorse: When you get microtransit wrong, and how to make it right
You invested the time, you spent the money, but there’s no way around it: you chose the wrong partner. Now what?
On-demand public transportation simulator
Experiment with the size of your fleet, level of demand, number of seats in each vehicle, and more with these interactive tools.
Microtransit and fixed route builder: Imagine what’s possible
Use this tool to design and build a blended network of both fixed route bus lines and on-demand public transport, selecting your fleet size, vehicle count, and more.
Dynamic transportation networks, imagined: See what’s possible
Use this tool to design and build an on-demand public transport network, selecting your fleet size, passenger demand, vehicle capacity, and more.
Building a better bus: Explore what’s possible with on-demand
Use this tool to play around with a simple tech-enabled, on-demand bus line network, selecting your fleet size, vehicle count, and more.
What is TransitTech, and what does it mean for the future of mobility?
TransitTech encompasses all forms of tech-enabled solutions to address today’s public transportation challenges. Those in the know? They’re taking notice.
Introducing ViaViewer™: Our sophisticated public transportation modeling engine
We pair our smart simulation tools with your deep community knowledge to create a real-world, dynamic transit service.
Rebuilding trust in public transport: Key action points for governments and operators
Without a concerted, focused effort on reshaping public transport for the post-COVID future, people may continue to stay away from buses, trains, and other shared mobility.
TransitTech is the key to safe student travel
With students go back to school, districts are seeking new technology to make the school bus a safer (and more modern) experience.
Rural transport is broken. Now is the time to fix it.
We have an opportunity to 'build back better' in the UK. Equitable rural transport must be part of the equation.