The numbers are in: Seattle continues to decrease the percentage of commuters who drive alone to work while simultaneously increasing the number of downtown jobs. In other cities across the country, transit ridership only decreases. What makes Seattle so different than all the other cities trying to do the same?
This Halloween, we thought we’d share a few transit-related facts that certainly spooked us a little. (Don’t worry, we’ve got some ideas about how to turn things around.)
The time has come — we're excited to announce our move to a permanent home at Gould Property Company’s 1725 Desales Street.
One of our goals as a company is to be a solution for people to get around cities where they live, where they work, and where they play. Our screens are in apartment lobbies, in corporate offices, and on jukeboxes in bars.
It’s no question that a huge factor in how people decide which apartment building to live in is based on its proximity to transit. This is especially true in large cities — after all, having everything you need near your home is why you don’t live in Idaho, right?