We're excited to announce that we've joined Moderne Venture's 2018 Passport Program for early-stage technology startups.
At TransitScreen, we’re always looking for ways to make transportation information more easily accessible. A public screen in the right location, like a lobby exit, is the most powerful way to inform people, but we know people sometimes want information in other locations too.
Last week, I joined more than 1,500 entrepreneurs from 150 countries for the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad, India. GES was started in 2010 by then-President Barack Obama to foster innovation in the US and abroad. This was its eighth year, following successful summits in places like Stanford University, Nairobi, Dubai, and Morocco.
We're excited to announce a new partnership with ReachNow, the fast-moving mobility services company from BMW.
MobilityScore® helps you understand how easy it is to get around. It works at any location or address within the US and Canada and gives you a score ranging from 0 (no mobility choices) to 100 (excellent mobility choices).
The time has come — we're excited to announce our move to a permanent home at Gould Property Company’s 1725 Desales Street.
Recently, over the course of six months, TransitScreen completed the modernization of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission's network of real-time Hub Sign information displays throughout the Bay Area.