While job openings begin to pop up in New York, people are wondering when Crystal City will start to hear some noise — here's what people are talking about in Northern Virginia!
If you follow us on any social media handle then you may have heard the news that TransitScreen has recently acquired the company TransitFeeds and has rebranded it as OpenMobilityData. We've paired up with MobilityData to accelerate the creation and sharing of global public transit, urban transportation, and shared mobility data.
Can you imagine a room full of leaders and innovators in transportation and mobility industries from around the world? If you can then you've probably been to Transportation Camp that's been hosted by our friends at Mobility Lab since 2014, and you get an inside peek into some of our team's favorite highlights from this year's event in DC.
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Winter is no longer coming, it's here... and not everyone is blessed to live by sandy beaches that don't drop below 60 degrees all year round. Those who experience winters and springs with snowfall are wondering what will become of the electric and dockless scooters and bikes?
From a completely solar powered resort to a lower cost solar powered roof, people are innovating ways to cut back on energy and rely on alternative sources. It can be costly to live in newer buildings that are energy-forward, so here are a few ways that you can lower your energy costs no matter where you're living.
2018 was certainly an exciting year for mobility, but what will 2019 have in store for us? The list below will answer that question with our predictions of what's going to take off in the new year.
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As we inch closer and closer to the new year residents of Northern Virginia and New York anxiously await to see what will happen once their new neighbors move in. It's still unclear how and exactly when Amazon is going to move into its Northern Virginia campus, but one thing is certain: people are stressed. Keep calm because we're going to dive into how the megacorp could impact the DMV area.