TransitScreen and our new app CityMotion are focused on simplifying your travel and commute within urban areas. Personally, I am in a different city nearly every week. I visited 30+ airports in 2018, and getting downtown from each had its unique challenges. Which train or bus gets me downtown? Do Uber and Lyft operate here? Where do I stand to wait for my rideshare driver to arrive? Do I need a bus to get to my rental car? Am I missing another mode that gets me downtown just as quickly, but more sustainably?
1776 is TransitScreen’s new home in Washington DC. President Matt Caywood (@MattCaywood), along with the TransitScreen development team, will be working from the 1776 campus (@1776dc). We chose 1776 because we support its commitment to building the DC and global tech ecosystems, and its focus on helping the public and private sectors build smarter cities. We are looking forward to sharing this collaborative space with our friends at Conveyal (@Conveyal) and TransitLabs (transitlabs.com), and meeting and interacting with all the other startups there!
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