We at TransitScreen are proud to announce a partnership with EcoDigital Media, an industry leader in turn-key digital signage solutions, to bring our real-time mobility content to their network of screens.
What is placemaking? Project for Public Spaces breaks it down extensively here, but in short: Placemaking is about how we make cities and spaces into more than just streets and trees. It's about creating a place that people want to be, that's accessible, that's unique.
We talk a lot about how TransitScreen can increase your apartment’s property value, how it can make it easier to lease a commercial building, and how it can improve the employee commute experience. I know what you might be thinking — “What about my retail space?”
You may remember the giant billboard featuring us outside Fenway Park. Thanks to Orange Barrel Media, we brought real-time transit information to a huge number of people, and it's not even baseball season yet!
Honestly, we’re frustrated. Cars circling endlessly for a parking spot at a popular urban grocery store is an all-too-familiar sight. We all have to eat, which means we also have to shop for food. Increasingly, us city-dwellers who reside in particularly high-density areas may find ourselves turning to specialty grocers — high-end chains such as Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods — for last-minute items on the way home.