On May 12th, Remix hosted a webinar to learn how transit agency leaders are responding to the challenge of COVID-19. Here are three takeaways from that discussion.
The past two months has brought on an increasingly unfamiliar and challenging landscape as COVID-19 has radically changed all industries. Remix has seen the importance of course-correction for company policies.
Remix is proud to announce the formation of our Advisory Council. We believe these are the individuals who will truly help us deliver on our mission: to create more livable cities.
Transit agencies across the globe are responding quickly to the emerging needs of the COVID-19 public health crisis. Here are updates in the Remix platform that are designed to help with emergency planning.
How are agencies using data to identify accessibility gaps, market the value of transit, and reduce operational costs? We asked 27 transportation professionals from around the globe.
Remix is excited to announce that we have been selected as one of seventeen companies to join Elemental Excelerator’s 8th Cohort.
With new shared mobility, like dockless scooters, comes an incredible opportunity to realign policies governing public space, capitalize on available data, and put cities back in charge of how streets are used.
As cities regulate and license new mobility services, access to anonymized data is a key tool to manage public space, create a safe and equitable transportation system, and to ensure accountability for private companies operating on public streets.
At Remix, we’ve done a great deal of thinking about reasonable limitations on the use of private mobility data that also ensures cities are adequately empowered to do their jobs.
We are excited to announce several big updates to Jane, Remix's travel time isochrone that visualizes access and mobility across a transit network.
We share an overview of GBFS and MDS, both data standards for micromobility, and our recommendations for cities including data sharing requirements as part of their micromobility programs.
Remix is launching the first platform that brings together the entire transportation picture: public transit, the abundance of new mobility options (like scooters and bikes), and streets that support it all.
The way we move in cities is changing, and the streets that support our movements must evolve. In the era of new mobility, we at Remix are ready to help cities plan and visualize the streets of the future.
Being able to move when you want and go where you want is a core element of personal freedom, and people engage with transit planners when the transit system is described in the context of that personal freedom.
Based on comments during an outreach meeting, RPT staff started adjusting the Remix map live for a truly collaborative and productive engagement experience.
We recently caught up with Chris Cochran, Senior Planner at Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority in St. Petersburg, FL, to hear how Remix has done this to modernize the agency’s approach to scenario planning.
We chatted with Jeanne Krieg, CEO of Tri Delta Transit, a small agency in the San Francisco Bay Area, to hear how she’s successfully scaling her agency despite these challenges.
The future of cities depends on the success of public transit, but city infrastructure is falling behind as transit agencies are underfunded and short-staffed.
We spoke with Jerry Bryan, Miami-Dade Transit’s Chief of Service Planning and Scheduling, to hear how transit planning has changed in the last 20 years — and how new technology is streamlining both short- and long-term planning in Miami.
We caught up with Steve Anderson, Senior Transit Planner at Palm Tran in West Palm Beach, FL, to hear how Remix has changed his approach to scenario planning, cost forecasting, and communication with non-planners.
Remix helps with Title VI reporting, which intends to protect minority and low-income populations from bearing a disproportionate burden of changes to transit service.
We sat down with Tom Schwetz, Director of Planning at Lane Transit District in Eugene, OR, to hear how Remix has changed the way he approaches transit planning.