As cities begin to roll back quarantine orders, employers have begun thinking about how they’re going to have their employees return to the office. This is no easy task! There are so many factors that go into safely having any number of employees return to the office, from how they’re going to get there to how you’re going to rearrange the physical office setup.
Companies have recently begun putting their return-to-work plans together for when quarantine restrictions are lifted. That means figuring out how employees are going to commute, how many employees will be coming back right away, and which resources will be needed to make the return as smooth as possible.
When we launched CityMotion at the end of 2018, we brought real-time information about curated, relevant transportation options to your fingertips. No matter where you open CityMotion, you’ll see exactly which mobility choices are nearby, when they’re coming, and how you can get to them.
For any young company, growing out of office space is a good problem to have. Hiring new employees means you need to have enough space to comfortably fit everyone. With our growth over the past six to eight months, our office was getting a little cramped!
Our founders Matt Caywood and Ryan Croft were featured on CNBC’s Nightly Business Report (NBR) to talk all things TransitScreen. From inception to present, find out what we have been up to and where we are going.
We’re excited to announce that our cofounder, Ryan Croft, has become a member of the Federal City Council, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit that aims to promote economic development through the city. As a company that’s quite invested in the economic success of DC, we’re thrilled to be given the opportunity to contribute to its promotion in a meaningful way.
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At TransitScreen, we're all about making it easier for commuters to get informed about public transit, including what's nearby, where it's located, and when it's arriving. Our lobby displays and our CityMotion app were designed to address this information problem and make sure it’s available where people need it most, like apartment lobbies and workplaces.