Class is in session: The importance of Shuttle Programs at universities

Posted by Jordan Griffin on 10/11/19 4:04 PM

Universities can have student bodies in the tens of thousands, and not counting faculty and staff members. Campuses have restaurants, housing, and entertainment centers. Universities are essentially their own cities.

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Topics: Mobility, Universities

Carless on campus: Using real-time info to create community

Posted by Rachel Karitis on 6/15/17 11:08 AM

Today's blogpost is brought to you by TransitScreen's summer intern, Mac Bassett, a rising sophomore at George Washington University majoring in business administration.

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Topics: Universities

The case for free transit for college students

Posted by Rachel Karitis on 5/1/17 9:30 AM

A recent study out of Rutgers University dealt with the effect that past behavior has on current transit habits. It found that the effect was significant — even if people later moved to neighborhoods with less access to transit, they were still more likely to take it if they had done so in the past.

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Topics: Mobility, Universities

A TransitScreen for Harvard University's CS50 Course

Posted by Matt Caywood, CEO on 7/27/15 12:11 AM

In college at Harvard, I was a computer science (CS) major. At the time, CS was a fairly sleepy field of study, with only 50 majors each year. CS50, the rigorous introductory course to my field, had 200 students. Not many compared to the college’s largest course, an easy intro to Biblical criticism that drew 1000 students.

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Topics: Company News, Universities