TransitScreen Blog

How to highlight your property's assets

Posted by Natalie Runnerstrom on Jul 26, 2018 9:00:00 AM

                  Photo provided by Ron Solomon.

Property managers know how important lease-up rates are — it’s a huge part of the job, after all. But not every apartment just sells itself with its location! We've listed a couple of ways you can up the ante if your property isn't conveniently located within walking distance of public transportation options. 

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Topics: Multifamily, Real Estate, Design, Mobility

New field, who dis? Audi Field to open as a transit-forward stadium

Posted by Natalie Runnerstrom on Jul 3, 2018 9:11:00 AM

                      Photo provided by Curbed DC

That's right, the highly anticipated home for the D.C. United will be opening its brand new doors to the public on July 14! The Robert F. Kennedy Stadium was nice while it lasted, but many will agree that it was in desperate need of repairs. One major update from RFK Stadium to Audi Field: accessibility.

Transit convenience was key when building the stadium, hence its prime real estate spot in between The Wharf and Nats Park. So how are they planning to achieve this? In 2017, we looked at some of the most transit-friendly NFL stadiums and noticed a trend in increasing access to public transit options while minimizing traffic. Well, Audi Field will be no exception to that trend. 

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Topics: Smart Cities, Design, Bikes, Mobility

Improving the patient experience with real-time information

Posted by Guest Blogger on May 4, 2018 9:30:00 AM

This post is brought to you by our partners at EcoDigital Media.

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Topics: Real-Time Information, Design, Hospitality

Welcome to the New Mobility

Posted by Rachel Karitis on Feb 15, 2018 10:35:48 AM

It's 2018, and the future is here. Welcome to the new mobility.

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Topics: Smart Cities, Design, Mobility

New year, new iPhone app!

Posted by Team TransitScreen on Jan 3, 2018 3:30:06 AM

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.

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Topics: Real-Time Information, Product Updates, Company News, Design, Universities, Hospitality